Thanks to everyone who came to Walk SF’s Member Meeting (and Greeting)! It was a great time to come together and share an evening with people who care about making the city better!
In between the t-shirt modeling and the catchup, there was substantive discussion — you can get caught up courtesy of Streetsblog:
Pedestrian and livable streets advocates gathered Thursday for WalkSF’s Annual Member Meeting to celebrate the organization’s success and discuss how to improve walking conditions in San Francisco. Though the speakers — including WalkSF executive director Elizabeth Stampe, State Senator Mark Leno and Board of Supervisors President David Chiu — touted recent victories, including funding from vehicle fees via the recently passed Proposition AA and agreements with the upcoming CityPlace retail center, they also argued more action is needed to take on the city’s walkability challenges.