HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Vision Zero unveiled its plan on Tuesday to help increase safety for pedestrians and drivers in Connecticut.

The outline includes widening dangerous walkways and banning right turns at dangerous intersections.

“This isn’t something that is going to change our infrastructure tomorrow, but it starts the process,” Garrett Eucalitto, the commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Transportation, said. “We have a lot of infrastructure out there in our state, and a lot of it’s old. So, it’s going to take some time to retrofit and rebuild.”

Vision Zero wants the public’s input on roadway safety issues and the safety changes they would like to see. Click here to fill out the survey.