On October 25th 2022, the Boca Raton City Council approved a resolution designating Boca Raton as a “Vision Zero City”. This made Boca the 11th Palm Beach County city officially joining the program and committing to the goal of “no severe traffic injuries or fatalities”. Recognizing this is a large effort and the Boca City Staff has limited resources and budgets, BocaFirst launched its Vision Zero Project as a way to use the expertise, experience and energy of BocaFirst volunteers and provide resident input to the Citizen’s Pedestrian and Bike Board. This section of BocaFirst.org is an index to our projects and resources.
Our goal is to advocate for a Better Bike Friendly Boca. You can join our list of volunteer advocates by subscribing to our instant email Better Bike Friendly Boca Advocate list on this page or our home page. This is in addition to our monthly newsletter of BocaFirst articles.
BocaFirst Detailed Bike Map
Report a Bike Infrastructure Problem
Vision Zero Tracker
BocaFirst 1st Person view Boca biking YouTube channel
The BocaFirst Vision Zero Project Team
Jim Wood – Lifetime cyclist with many years of high speed cycling on high end road bikes. You’ll find him mostly in the wee morning hours or late in the afternoon whizzing through low risk neighborhood streets. Drives a road bike. Averages 18mph.
Les Wilson – Lifetime cyclist as a form of transportation and recreation. Often seen with GoPro strapped to his chest, you’ll find him documenting Boca’s bike lanes and trails for our BocaFirst YouTube channel as well as commuting and running errands to save car trips. Drives a hybrid bike. Averages 10mph.
Alan Neibauer – Lifetime cyclist. As a downtown resident, you’ll find Alan and his wife in the slow lane cruising the sidewalks and trails around Boca Raton. Drives a cruiser bike. Couldn’t care less how fast he goes.