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Bring the City’s Vision Zero Coordinator to Your Group Meeting

Want to know more about the city’s Pedestrian Master Plan, Vision Zero Action Plan and efforts to make transportation in the City of Rockville safer and more accessible for all?

Bryan Barnett-Woods, the city’s Vision Zero coordinator, is available to meet with neighborhood associations, community organizations and other stakeholder groups to discuss Vision Zero, the city’s plan to eliminate traffic- and pedestrian-related deaths and serious injuries; the Pedestrian Master Plan (read more about the draft plan on this page); and transportation safety concerns.

Barnett-Woods, a principal transportation planner and pedestrian and bicycle coordinator in the city’s Traffic and Transportation Division, was recently named the Maryland City/County Management Association’s 2023 Ronald B. Sweitzer Municipal Employee of the Year. He also was profiled in a 2021 “Meet a Rockville Employee” feature at

To schedule a visit to your group, email Bryan at [email protected].

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