ESS – Emergency Safety Solutions

Our mission is to reduce preventable deaths and injuries – globally – from crashes involving disabled and vulnerable vehicles.

We are doing this by providing automotive technology solutions in the production and post-production markets to fill the substantial advanced warning communication gap on the road.

We’re also advocating for policy changes that work in tandem with our technologies.
– Stephen Powers, ESS Chief Operating Officer

Moms Against Drunk Driving

Moms Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is a passionate, grassroots organization dedicated to eliminating drunk driving and supporting the victims of this violent crime. Founded in 1980, MADD has become one of the most influential non-profits in the nation, advocating for stronger legislation, promoting public awareness, and providing crucial support services to those affected by drunk driving. Our mission is to create a future of No More Victims®, where families are spared the heartache of losing a loved one to impaired driving. Through education, advocacy, and compassionate support, we strive to make our roads safer for everyone. Join us in our fight to end drunk driving and save lives.

NOYS

NOYS is a national organization that believes in young people to lead.

Youth are facing an enormous amount of health and safety issues. From mental health, road safety, gun violence, peer and community violence, climate change, and even civil rights. It’s quite overwhelming.

Young people deserve to be at the forefront of these issues affecting their livelihoods. We’re making that happen.

Safety Vid

SafetyVid captures video critical to improving the nation’s roadways and infrastructure – and also helps inform safety as it relates to vulnerable road users.

SafetyVid provides trauma survivors, families and next of kin with video of the real truth of what happened – and helps advocate for crash survivors.

SafetyVid operates to serve and empower local journalists to promote transparency in government and end reliance on law enforcement press releases.

SafetyVid allows insurance and legal professionals who work on behalf of crash survivors and their family members to obtain archived footage of their crash on camera.

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Streets for All

Everyone has the right to use our streets and public spaces safely, comfortably, and efficiently regardless of their age, income, race, gender, geography, or abilities.

Now is the time for bold action. Small, incremental steps will not suffice when thousands of lives are cut short by traffic violence each year and climate change threatens our very existence.

Everyone benefits from complete streets, which offer safety, comfort, and convenience for all users.

Long-term planning is always more effective than a quick fix. All too often, major infrastructure projects suffer from short-term thinking. We support transformative plans that will put us on the right path today to creating a better, safer, and healthier future for us all.

We have the potential to become a model for other cities to emulate as we fight climate change and make strides to solve our congestion and traffic violence crises.

We will only accomplish our goals by welcoming views from a wide swath of advocates, including people of all races, genders, ages, abilities, neighborhoods, and backgrounds.

Walk San Frisco

 

San Francisco can and should be the safest, most walkable city in the United States. Yet every day, at least 3 people on average are hit while walking in our city.

 

Walk San Francisco exists to change this. We want nothing less than to make San Francisco the most pedestrian-friendly city in the United States.

What does our vision look like?

 

  • Exceptional pedestrian safety infrastructure that serves all people in every part of the city.
  • Equitable streets. This means everyone – of every age and ability – should be able to get around safely, easily, and affordably. It also means prioritizing the people and places that have been left behind or discounted for too long with street safety improvements.
  • A people- and safety-centered transportation system.
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  • ar-free and low-traffic streets and spaces.
  • Astounding numbers of people walking to get to school, to work, to play, to everywhere – because it’s that safe and inviting!
  • No more severe or fatal traffic crashes. None.