Help Walk SF win these campaigns:
Calling for the City to adopt Vision Zero:
In San Francisco, more than 800 people are hit by cars every year; 100 people are seriously injured or killed annually. Walk SF, and a coalition of over two dozen community groups, calls on the City to adopt ‘Vision Zero‘ mandating goals for engineering, enforcement, and education to eliminate ALL traffic deaths in 10 years.
Help end these preventable tragedies, improve public health, and fight climate change. Demand safer, greener, and more walkable streets now.
Monitoring the implementation of the City’s new Pedestrian Strategy:
Walk SF publishes an annual report card on the funding and implementation progress of the Pedestrian Strategy, which targets fixing at least 5 miles per year of the city’s most dangerous streets. Walk SF worked with Mayor Lee to publish this plan, which sets clear commitments and timelines to encourage walking and protect pedestrians.
Improving streets in underserved communities:
Walk SF partners with city agencies, residents, and nonprofits to prioritize the redesign of the city’s most dangerous streets, especially in places like the Tenderloin and South of Market, where seniors and low-income people are at greatest risk.
Lowering speeds around San Francisco schools:
Walk SF helped establish 15-mph safe speed zones around city schools, making San Francisco the first major city in the state to do so. These speed limits help kids walk to school safely and calm traffic at 181 schools in neighborhoods throughout the entire city.