Posts filed in Public Policy

City Marks Walk to Work Day with Release of Pedestrian Strategy

Posted Thursday April 18, 2013 by Natalie

Thank you for making the nation’s first Walk to Work Day such...

Thank you for making the nation’s first Walk to Work Day such a huge success! On Friday, April 12 pedestrian foot traffic increased by 20% in San Francisco! Neighborhoods like the Civic...

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City Marks Walk to Work Day with Release of Pedestrian Strategy

Speak Up for Safer Streets at the Citywide Pedestrian Safety Hearing

Posted Sunday April 14, 2013 by Natalie

Keep the City Accountable to Improve Street Safety Keep up the momentum...

Keep the City Accountable to Improve Street Safety Keep up the momentum beyond Walk to Work Day! On Monday, Supervisor Jane Kim will hold a citywide pedestrian safety hearing. Join...

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Speak Up for Safer Streets at the Citywide Pedestrian Safety Hearing

Protect People, Calm Traffic at Market and Dolores

Posted Tuesday March 12, 2013 by Natalie

Join Walk SF to support an important project that will significantly improve...

Join Walk SF to support an important project that will significantly improve pedestrian safety and comfort at Market and Dolores. Planning Commission Hearing Thursday, March 14 12:00 noon Commission Chambers, City...

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Protect People, Calm Traffic at Market and Dolores

Making the City’s Pedestrian Strategy a Reality

Posted Saturday February 02, 2013 by Natalie

As SFMTA Director Ramos said at the agency’s Monday, January 29 meeting,...

As SFMTA Director Ramos said at the agency’s Monday, January 29 meeting, every pedestrian death is a tragedy that is unimaginable for the family — and those deaths could have...

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Making the City’s Pedestrian Strategy a Reality

Starting 2013 off on the Right Foot

Posted Wednesday January 02, 2013 by Natalie

As 2012 drew to a close, Mayor Edwin M. Lee joined the...

As 2012 drew to a close, Mayor Edwin M. Lee joined the SFMTA, the SFPD, and the San Francisco Department of Public Health to announce that the near completion of a...

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Starting 2013 off on the Right Foot

Ask Your Supervisors about Safe Streets and Public Spaces

Posted Thursday October 04, 2012 by Natalie

With election season upon us, Walk San Francisco is partnering with the San Francisco Parks...

With election season upon us, Walk San Francisco is partnering with the San Francisco Parks Alliance and Friends of the Urban Forest to host a series of Supervisorial Candidate Forums and Town Halls focusing exclusively on the city’s...

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Walking by the numbers:

Posted Friday July 20, 2012 by admin

You’ve probably seen the news: in the new federal transportation bill, safe...

You’ve probably seen the news: in the new federal transportation bill, safe walking got kicked to the curb with huge funding cuts. Many Walk SF supporters were upset, and one decided...

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Walk SF Win: Safer speeds around schools citywide!

Posted Monday May 14, 2012 by admin

Mayor Lee, SFMTA and Walk SF Announce New Safer Speed Zones Completed...

Mayor Lee, SFMTA and Walk SF Announce New Safer Speed Zones Completed around 181 San Francisco Schools, Making San Francisco California’s First Large City to Establish 15-mph School Zones Citywide San...

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Walk SF Win: Safer speeds around schools citywide!

Green Connections: Where will you want to walk?

Posted Monday April 30, 2012 by admin

Green Connections is a project to make it easier to walk to parks...

Green Connections is a project to make it easier to walk to parks and bring nature into the city. You can help design better streets: Want more trees? Less traffic? Better paths...

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News from Walk SF’s Feb newsletter

Posted Saturday February 04, 2012 by admin

The House just passed a transportation bill that slashed funds for biking...

The House just passed a transportation bill that slashed funds for biking and walking — and actually repealed Safe Routes to School. Thanks to everyone who spoke up — Representatives received...

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News from Walk SF’s Feb newsletter