Posts filed in Public Policy

Vision Zero Honors Memory of Man Killed on Freeway Off-ramp

Posted Monday June 15, 2015 by Natalie

In 2014 alone, four people have died at this one SoMa interchange...

In 2014 alone, four people have died at this one SoMa interchange...

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Vision Zero Honors Memory of Man Killed on Freeway Off-ramp

Street Score 2015 Report Card Highlights City’s Progress

Posted Wednesday May 06, 2015 by Natalie

Walk SF evaluates citywide efforts around nearly 40 safety metrics...

Walk SF evaluates citywide efforts around nearly 40 safety metrics...

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Street Score 2015 Report Card Highlights City’s Progress

SFUSD May Soon Get on Board with Vision Zero Policy on Pedestrian Safety

Posted Monday March 02, 2015 by Natalie

Monday, March 2, 2015 – San Francisco Examiner by Jessica Kwong Slightly...

Monday, March 2, 2015 – San Francisco Examiner by Jessica Kwong Slightly more than a year after governing agencies citywide began pushing for a Vision Zero policy to eliminate traffic...

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SFUSD May Soon Get on Board with Vision Zero Policy on Pedestrian Safety

In the Age of Self-Driving Cars, Vision Zero Matters Even More

Posted Monday October 27, 2014 by Natalie

GJEL Accident Attorneys explores self-driving vehicles and Vision Zero....

GJEL Accident Attorneys explores self-driving vehicles and Vision Zero....

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In the Age of Self-Driving Cars, Vision Zero Matters Even More

No Loss of Life is Acceptable; San Franciscans Call for “Vision Zero”

Posted Tuesday January 14, 2014 by Natalie

Learn more about Vision Zero and the growing movement to save lives....

Learn more about Vision Zero and the growing movement to save lives....

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No Loss of Life is Acceptable; San Franciscans Call for “Vision Zero”

Share Your Priorities for Safer Streets with WalkFirst

Posted Tuesday December 10, 2013 by Natalie

Protect the most vulnerable road users  Did you know pedestrians make up...

Protect the most vulnerable road users  Did you know pedestrians make up fifty percent of all traffic fatalities in San Francisco? That’s nearly four times the national average of sixteen percent! Every...

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Share Your Priorities for Safer Streets with WalkFirst

Change the Rules to Make Pedestrian Safety a Priority

Posted Thursday May 30, 2013 by Natalie

Walk SF Supports Supervisor Wiener’s Efforts to Reduce Pedestrian Project Delays Sidewalks...

Walk SF Supports Supervisor Wiener’s Efforts to Reduce Pedestrian Project Delays Sidewalks and street conditions in many of San Francisco’s neighborhoods don’t have the capacity to safely carry their current...

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Change the Rules to Make Pedestrian Safety a Priority

SF Chronicle Editorial: Fund the Pedestrian Strategy!

Posted Saturday May 11, 2013 by admin

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.  Please take a minute to...

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.  Please take a minute to support Walk SF to get the new Pedestrian Strategy funded and implemented. Help hold the City accountable to deliver...

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SF Chronicle Editorial: Fund the Pedestrian Strategy!

Investigative Report Exposes How Rarely Drivers Who Kill or Injure Pedestrians Are Charged

Posted Wednesday May 01, 2013 by Natalie

An in-depth analysis from the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) finds that Bay...

An in-depth analysis from the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) finds that Bay Area drivers who kill pedestrians rarely face any punishment.  The analysis reviewed collision data from 2007 through 2011...

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Investigative Report Exposes How Rarely Drivers Who Kill or Injure Pedestrians Are Charged

Polk Street: A Walk on the Risky Side

Posted Thursday April 25, 2013 by Natalie

Did you know that Polk Street is one of the most dangerous...

Did you know that Polk Street is one of the most dangerous in the city for walking? According to the Mayor’s recently-released Pedestrian Strategy, Polk Street has some of San Francisco’s...

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Polk Street: A Walk on the Risky Side