Verra Mobility announced its new pledge, Zero in on Safety, a call to action for drivers to commit to reducing dangerous driving behaviors to address unacceptably high traffic fatality numbers in the U.S. and other countries across the globe.
Zero in on Safety will guide all Verra Mobility safety initiatives within the Government Solutions business unit. With more than 300 safety programs worldwide, Verra Mobility has been at the forefront of the intelligent transportation industry for decades, revolutionizing the tools cities use to reduce crashes and improve traffic flow in urban areas.
We encourage all community members to join in their efforts to make our roads safer for everyone.
Imagine a world where you can safely navigate your community without fearing a car crash. That’s what Verra Mobility is striving to achieve. As a company committed to zeroing in on safety, we believe transportation should be accessible, efficient, and safe for all users. That’s why we persistently implement smart transportation solutions that enhance urban mobility, change driver behavior, reduce crashes, and save lives.
In addition to roadway safety, Verra Mobility is committed to ensuring everyone can get where they need to go, no matter how they choose to travel. Whether walking, driving, biking, or taking public transportation, we want people across the globe to feel confident that they’ll arrive at their destination safely. Join us in our mission to make our roads safer for all.
This pledge is a call to action for drivers to commit safe driving behaviors as an answer to tackle the unacceptably high traffic fatality numbers in the U.S. and other countries across the globe.
It’s not just about the safety cameras, it’s about the message they send. By implementing safety programs, cities send a clear message that safety belongs to all, not just a select few.
If you want to see a future where traffic deaths are a thing of the past, let’s #zeroinonsafety and make it a priority for everyone. Together, we can make our roads safer and ensure that #safetybelongstoall.
Verra Mobility Launches ‘Zero In’ Pledge Initiative to Promote Safe Driving Behaviors to Reduce Roadway Deaths
PR Newswire, National, January 31, 2023
Verra Mobility Corporation, a leading provider of smart mobility technology solutions, announced its new pledge, Zero in on Safety, a call to action for drivers to commit to reducing dangerous driving behaviors to address unacceptably high traffic fatality numbers in the U.S. and other countries across the globe.
“By zeroing in on safety, we are working towards a world where everyone can travel safely,” said Jon Baldwin, EVP of Government Solutions. “Ultimately, it’s not about the number of systems or sensors, but the number of lives saved.”
Verra Mobility encourages all community members to join in their efforts to make our roads safer for everyone.
For more information on the Zero in on Safety pledge, visit: verramobility.com/zero-in-pledge.
7 News on Your Side, Washington D.C., January 31, 2023
A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report says that nearly 32,000 people died in traffic crashes in the first 9 months of last year. Washington ABC7 News spoke to Jon Baldwin, Executive Vice President of Government Solutions at Verra Mobility to discuss the crisis on our roads and Verra Mobility’s solutions.
Business First AM, National, January 31, 2023
On Tech Check with Angela Miles, Jon Baldwin, EVP of Government Solutions at Verra Mobility and Damian Kevitt, Executive Director of SAFE talk about how technology can be used on our roadways to save lives.
My Fox 28 Columbus, February 1, 2023
It’s time for drivers to commit to reducing risky driving behaviors and end this crisis on our roadways.
Verra Mobility, a leading provider of technology solutions that can help make transportation safer, will increase its support with new actions including technology, tools, public service materials and awareness programs along with financial commitments for continued partnerships with the Families for Safe Streets, the National Coalition for Safer Roads organization, and Vision Zero Network. The voluntary pledge asks participants to commit to better driving behaviors like slowing down, watching for pedestrians, looking carefully at busy intersections and stopping for school buses.