2022 Vision Zero Fleet Forum
Thank you to all our panelists, moderators, and keynote speakers that made our 2022 Global Vision Zero Fleet Forum possible. We could not have done this without your expertise and time.
And thank you to our co-presenter, City of New York?s Department of Citywide Administrative Services, and to our sponsors, AB InBev, Lytx, Interstate Waste Services, and Republic Services.
About The Fleet Forum
Our virtual Vision Zero Fleet Forum is a gathering of fleet operators, technology companies, OEMs, city officials, community advocates, and road safety experts from around the world.
The Vision Zero Fleet Forum creates connections across industries and sectors to accelerate solutions for road safety, promote economic growth and work towards Vision Zero? eliminating all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all.
2022 attendees heard from 49 speakers across 12 sessions who shared their experiences, strategies, and knowledge. Replays are available for purchase for the following sessions below.
Make a note to join us again May 17-18, 2023 at our third annual Vision Zero Fleet Forum to network with road safety experts from around the world.
Day One – Vehicle Design
- Day 1: Welcome & Keynote Intro – Noah Budnick, TSR Executive Director, and Emily Schweninger, Senior Policy Advisor, Transportation Health and Safety, U.S. Department of Transportation
- Day 1: Fireside Chat – Noah Budnick and Matts-Ake Belin, Global Lead, Decade of Action for Road Safety, World Health Organization
- Session 1: Solving for Blind Zones Part 1 – Direct Vision Cabs -Trucks designed with poor visibility are a problem the world over. But they shouldn?t be?as cab designs that reduce driver blind zones exist. If private and public sector fleet leaders come together, we could make ?direct vision cab design? the universal standard. How can we work together to create market demand and leverage it to transform trucks? Read the recap of the panel written by MOTOR Magazine.
- Session 2: Solving for Blind Zones Part 2: We Can’t Wait! Technology Retrofits – Trucks represent 12 percent of the total road fatalities, but are only about 4 percent of the vehicles operating on the road. This is because drivers of large vehicles have limited visibility. To address the issue of blind zones and reduce traffic deaths and collisions across the globe, we have been working on retrofittable solutions, such as cameras that give fleet vehicles 360