Philly’s big plan to make streets safer in residential neighborhoods (Vision Zero Watch)

In a city where no one can agree on anything except their support of a football player’s large package and a mascot that’s purposely weird, Philly neighborhoods seem to have agreed on one surprisingly contentious point:

They want people to drive slower. A lot slower.

It’s been almost two years since Philadelphia adopted a program called Vision Zero, aimed at reducing traffic-related deaths to zero by 2030. As part of the program, the city is now working to set up a couple of Slow Zones.