This New York City dump truck contains Durex Dur-A-Guard protective guards to fill the exposed space between the front and rear wheels. These safety barriers help keep pedestrians and bicyclists from being swept under the truck and into the path of the tires.
Robert Martineau, president and CEO of AirFlow Deflector explains how his products work to Vision Zero attendees. AirFlow manufactures side underride protection devices and other aerodynamic technology products, engineered to decrease the potential for injury and death to pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists.
An officer from New York City’s Department of Correction signs in at the Vision Zero Fleet Safety Forum.
A group of 60 city employees, chosen from various city departments, were honored for their years of safe driving. Winners included fleet operators with at least 10 years of full-time employment and five years of driving without a preventable collision or traffic violation. They represent New York City’s Police Department, Parks Department, Transportation Department, Environmental Protection Department, and Sanitation Department.
Various trucks armed with safety devices and technology from various participating vendors at Vision Zero line up outside the Queens Theatre.
From left, Stephen Harbin, chief of safety for New York City's Department of Sanitation; John McDonagh, recognized safe taxi driver with 55 Stan Operating Co.; Ken Levine, corporate safety director at Action Carting; and Neal Kalish, president of Ambu-Trans discuss fleet best practices in safety during the Nov. 5 Vision Zero Safety Forum in Queens, NY.
Wagner displayed its SevereDuty brake pads and equipment for passenger, light truck and heavy-duty vehicles during the Nov. 5 fleet safety forum.
Technology experts, from left Michael Backman, Mobileye; Ben Englander, Rosco Vision Systems; Jon Coleman, Ford; Jonathan Matus, Zendrive; Michael Rosen, Thermopylae Sciences; and moderator Alexander Epstein, US DOT's Volpe Center, discuss the ways technology could help eliminate vehicle related fatalities during a Nov. 5 Vision Zero Fleet Safety Forum in Queens.
A Wagner representative discusses the company’s passenger, light truck and heavy-duty equipment with attendees during the Nov. 5 fleet safety forum.