roadway safetyVision Zeropedestrian safety
A New Jersey city, Hoboken, has experienced no traffic deaths for seven years following the reduction of street parking to improve roadway safety.

Following the death of an elderly pedestrian, Hoboken, New Jersey, removed additional street parking spaces, adopting various safety measures including curb extensions and visibility improvements, aligning with the Vision Zero initiative. The city's approach, including infrastructure modifications like widened curbs and layered safety enhancements, has been identified as a model for eliminating traffic fatalities nationwide. Critics, however, highlight the challenges for local businesses due to reduced parking availability.