Plans and Studies

Vision Zero Louisville Safety Report 2013-2017 Cover Page

Vision Zero Louisville Safety Report 2013-2017

Vision Zero Louisville Safety Report 2013-2017: Technical Appendix

NEW! Explore the 16 maps of prioritized projects included in the Technical Appendix.

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Current Transportation Planning Efforts

Long-range planning studies are ongoing for two of the city's deadliest corridors: Broadway and Preston Highway/Preston Street. Led by the Office of Advanced Planning & Sustainability, the studies incorporate Complete Streets and Vision Zero objectives by redesigning the streets for all users and improving safety through proven safety countermeasures. These studies are supported by Move Louisville, the city's long-range transportation plan, and Plan 2040, Louisville's comprehensive plan.

Broadway All the Way

Preston Corridor Plan

All major metropolitan areas have a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency (KIPDA) is the metropolitan planning organization for the Louisville, KY region. KIPDA is updating its Metropolitan Transportation Plan, the long-range vision for transportation in the region. Connecting Kentuckiana 2050, KIPDA's Metropolitan Transportation Plan update, is anticipated to be completed in Spring 2023.

Connecting Kentuckiana 2050


Additional Resources

Research Protocol: Using Linked Police-Hospital Data for Systemic Pedestrian Safety Analysis (March 2021)

Louisville Metro’s Transportation Safety Benchmarking Report 2011-2016

Understanding Pedestrian Crashes in Louisville, KY 2006-2010

Additional Transportation Plans and Studies

 

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