Posts filed in Public Policy

2016 Ballot Measures and Candidate Questionnaires

Posted Tuesday October 11, 2016 by Natalie

It's election season - are you ready to Walk the Vote?...

It's election season - are you ready to Walk the Vote?...

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2016 Ballot Measures and Candidate Questionnaires

Walk SF eNewsletter – August 18, 2016 Issue

Posted Thursday August 18, 2016 by Natalie

Walk SF's August 18 e-ewsletter - Mayor's Executive Directive and what it...

Walk SF's August 18 e-ewsletter - Mayor's Executive Directive and what it means for street safety, new Neighborhood Organizer joins Walk SF, and Peak2Peak 2016 two thirds sold out...

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Walk SF eNewsletter – August 18, 2016 Issue

Walker’s Slate Released to Mark Fourth Annual Walk to Work Day

Posted Thursday April 07, 2016 by Natalie

40 projects breaking ground in 2016 that are making walking better and...

40 projects breaking ground in 2016 that are making walking better and safer, in Walk SF’s first ever Walker’s Slate....

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Walker’s Slate Released to Mark Fourth Annual Walk to Work Day

The Balancing Act between Budgets and Street Safety in San Francisco

Posted Wednesday January 20, 2016 by Natalie

Post by Sally Morin, Sally Morin Law Our Car-Centric Mentality Leads to Preventable Deaths...

Post by Sally Morin, Sally Morin Law Our Car-Centric Mentality Leads to Preventable Deaths The efforts to end deaths on San Francisco streets has come up against numerous hurdles along the way,...

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The Balancing Act between Budgets and Street Safety in San Francisco

We Can Stop Speeders and Save Lives. Why Aren’t We Doing It?

Posted Friday December 11, 2015 by Natalie

Friday, December 4, 2015 — Streetsblog SF by Roger Rudick “If we...

Friday, December 4, 2015 — Streetsblog SF by Roger Rudick “If we had been using ASE in cities like San Francisco, San Jose, and Los Angeles, many of our loved...

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We Can Stop Speeders and Save Lives. Why Aren’t We Doing It?

Speed the Culprit in Recent Crashes

Posted Tuesday November 10, 2015 by Natalie

Tuesday November 10 – San Francisco Examiner, by Nicole Ferrara Within a...

Tuesday November 10 – San Francisco Examiner, by Nicole Ferrara Within a single week, three crashes devastated the lives of four people and shattered their families and our community. On...

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Speed the Culprit in Recent Crashes

Candidate Questionnaires

Posted Monday October 05, 2015 by Natalie

As the 2015 election season in San Francisco approaches, make sure you...

As the 2015 election season in San Francisco approaches, make sure you know where the candidates stand on all matters related to walking. Walk SF asked all official candidates, who may...

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Candidate Questionnaires

Market Street Traffic Safety Plan Approved, Uber Balks

Posted Wednesday June 17, 2015 by Natalie

A total of 162 injury collisions occurred between Eighth and Third streets...

A total of 162 injury collisions occurred between Eighth and Third streets between 2012 and 2013...

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Market Street Traffic Safety Plan Approved, Uber Balks

SFMTA Backs Turning Restrictions on Market

Posted Wednesday June 17, 2015 by Natalie

Since 2014, Walk SF has led community groups to push for Vision...

Since 2014, Walk SF has led community groups to push for Vision Zero, a strategy to end traffic fatalities....

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SFMTA Backs Turning Restrictions on Market

Memorial for Wilbert Williams Calls on Caltrans to Fix SoMa’s Freeway Ramps

Posted Tuesday June 16, 2015 by Natalie

Caltrans focuses engineering on vehicle traffic, regularly missing the mark on safety...

Caltrans focuses engineering on vehicle traffic, regularly missing the mark on safety goals...

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Memorial for Wilbert Williams Calls on Caltrans to Fix SoMa’s Freeway Ramps