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Sunday Streets Along The Embarcadero on March 14th

Posted Wednesday March 10, 2010

The SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SF MTA), San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom,...

The SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SF MTA), San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, the City of San Francisco and Livable City (Sunday Streets fiscal sponsor) are pleased to announce the kick...

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104-year-old dies after being hit by mini-van

Posted Friday January 15, 2010

This past Monday, the San Francisco Chronicle carried a story about a...

This past Monday, the San Francisco Chronicle carried a story about a 104-year-old New York City amusement park strongman who died after being hit by a mini-van....

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The Walker – Thomas Vogl Advocates Walking to Work

Posted Friday January 15, 2010

You may have read Meredith May’s article about Thomas Vogl in the...

You may have read Meredith May’s article about Thomas Vogl in the San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, January 3, 2010 as part of the Ultra-Commuters issue. The following is a write-up...

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San Francisco No Walk in the Park For Pedestrians Reports

Posted Monday November 23, 2009

Walk San Francisco urges Speaker Pelosi and Congresswoman Speier to Support Increased...

Walk San Francisco urges Speaker Pelosi and Congresswoman Speier to Support Increased Focus on Pedestrian Safety in Upcoming Federal Legislation San Francisco’s priorities when it comes to pedestrian safety are...

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Major MUNI Service Changes Coming December 5th

Posted Monday November 23, 2009

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will implement MAJOR MUNI CHANGES...

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will implement MAJOR MUNI CHANGES beginning on Saturday, December 5, 2009. Specifically, service on more than half of Muni’s bus routes and the...

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Dangerous by Design: Solving the Epidemic of Preventable Pedestrian Deaths

Posted Monday November 09, 2009

A new report released today by Transportation For America and the Surface...

A new report released today by Transportation For America and the Surface Transportation Policy Partnership takes stock of how city streets built for speed and not safety can be deadly...

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Peak2Peak Walk a Grand Success

Posted Monday November 09, 2009

Thanks to the over 100 people who participated in our fifth annual...

Thanks to the over 100 people who participated in our fifth annual Peak2Peak Walk on October 24th.  There was some typical San Francisco fog in the morning, though most of...

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Extended Parking Meter Hours Study Debated

Posted Sunday November 08, 2009

On October 20, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board heard an...

On October 20, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board heard an introductory presentation of the SFMTA’s Extended Parking Meter Hours Study, commissioned by the SFMTA Board last spring during...

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WalkSF's Response to "Careless Pedestrians" Article in Chronicle

Posted Thursday October 15, 2009

The following is a response to the C.W. Nevius authored column “S.F....

The following is a response to the C.W. Nevius authored column “S.F. a dangerous city for careless pedestrians”   Mr. Nevius: I read with interest your column today entitled “SF...

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Announcing WalkSF's Fifth Annual Peak to Peak Walk

Posted Thursday September 24, 2009

This is no ordinary walk in the park! The fifth annual Peak...

This is no ordinary walk in the park! The fifth annual Peak to Peak Walk is a 12 mile challenge that will inspire even the most avid walker. You’ll get...

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