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  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 8, 2020, 11:00AM ET TOGETHER FOR SAFER ROADS ANNOUNCES GROUNDBREAKING INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP WITH NATIONAL WASTE & RECYCLING ASSOCIATION TSR and NWRA to Jointly Provide Program and Safety Training to Achieve Vision Zero New York, NY – In light of road user safety and the importance of cross-industry collaborations in an effort to achieve

  • Autoliv, the worldwide leader in vehicle safety systems, announced that it has joined Together for Safer Roads (TSR), a coalition of leading private sector companies dedicated to preventing traffic crashes, injuries and deaths on roadways around the world.

  • Together for Safer Roads announced the winning Cohort for its third annual Global Entrepreneur Program (GEP). CyVision, Derq and Populus will comprise Cohort 3 and join the coalition as associate members.

  • Together for Safer Roads celebrates its fifth anniversary this month with significant road safety milestones and program updates, including the formation of its new Global Leadership Council for Fleet Safety (GLCFS).

  • Together for Safer Roads (TSR), a coalition of leading private sector companies driven to save lives, today announced that seven startups have been named as Top Road Safety Leader finalists in its 2020 Global Entrepreneur Program (GEP).

  • Together For Safer Roads announced a collaboration with the City of New York and TSR members to improve cyclist safety. The partnership kicked off with a workshop, Digitizing Vision Zero, at the Vision Zero Fleet Safety Forum, in which both parties convened public and private sector leaders in fleet safety management, technology and bicycling to discuss data, analytical and technological solutions to improve cyclist safety in New York City.

  • New York City Fleet has joined as a founding council member of TSR’s Global Leadership Council for Fleet Safety (GLCFS), a new TSR program that uses peer-to-peer knowledge-sharing to help smaller fleet operators create safety cultures and reduce risk.

  • Together For Safer Roads, Bellevue, WA and University of Washington Partner To Accelerate Progress on Vision Zero TSR Members Brisk Synergies and Republic Services Collaborate on First-of-Its-Kind Community-Wide Near Miss Analysis BROOKLYN, NY – Sept. 10, 2019 – Together for Safer Roads (TSR), a coalition of leading private sector companies driven to save lives, today

  • Together For Safer Roads Announces Third Annual Global Entrepreneur Program Sponsored by Silicon Valley Bank, Dreampact Ventures and Rio Ventures Private Sector Coalition Accelerates Startups Committed to Advancing Road Safety BROOKLYN, NY – August 20, 2019 – Together for Safer Roads (TSR), a coalition of leading private sector companies driven to save lives, today announced

In The News

  • Creating A Safety Culture For Fleets

    Fleet Management Weekly interviews Together For Safer Roads’ President, David Braunstein, about the Global Leadership Council for Fleet Safety.

  • The Mission Of Together For Safer Roads

    Fleet Management Weekly interviews TSR’s President on the organization’s mission and work with both the private and public sectors.

  • Life-Saving Data

    Traffic Technology International wrote a great piece on our road safety initiative with The City of Houston, where we are helping the city reach its Vision Zero safety targets and discover how data and community engagement are creating a model for safer cities worldwide.

  • The Simple Way To Keep Truck Fleets Safe

    Noah Budnick, TSR’s Senior Director of Programs and Operations, wrote for Streetsblog NYC on technological fixes for fleet safety and building a safety culture. “New York City is in a good position to promote the use of telematics and other safety best practices among private fleet operators of all sizes,” he writes.

  • Smart Highways Interviews David Braunstein

    At our 2019 Annual Meeting, Smart Highways interviewed our President, David Braunstein, about some or our latest road safety initiatives. David talks about recent developments in cities like Houston and New York, and gives a sneak peek at what’s to come in places like Chicago and Mexico City. It’s a great episode overall with a

  • Team effort pairs city, advocates and community to tackle Gulfton street safety

    One of Houston’s most difficult street safety riddles will be the starting point for a unique collaboration teaming Gulfton residents, students, nonprofit advocates and city officials in the hopes of making a mark along a street often marred by tragedy.
    Source: Houston Chronicle

  • City of Houston Announces Long-Awaited Pedestrian Improvements In Gulfton

    Pedestrians in Houston’s Gulfton neighborhood face issues like broken sidewalks and a lack of safe crosswalks.
    Source: Houston Public Media

  • AB InBev Promotes Traffic Safety Together With Local Governments

    TSR’s pilot project has already yielded enormous results, and AB InBev will continue to work closely with Shanghai traffic police to positively contribute to China’s road traffic safety.
    Source: Global Times

  • Data Is the New Seatbelt

    More than ever, communities need to embrace innovative, evidence-based transportation safety solutions based on big data and analytics to save lives.
    Source: Medium