Thanks everyone for speaking up and emailing the supervisors!
The hearing was packed with over 100 people, many of whom gave very moving testimony about the dangers they face every day from cars on Tenderloin and SOMA streets.
If you missed the hearing you can catch up:
Supervisor Jane Kim has called a hearing on pedestrian safety in District 6, in Board Chambers before the Public Safety Committee, April 7 at 10:30am.
District 6 includes the Tenderloin and SOMA, two of the city’s most dangerous neighborhoods for pedestrians (see graph at right).
Do you have a story about the perils of walking in SOMA or the Tenderloin? Speak up!