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Building a Better Bike Lane — for All

Posted Wednesday March 14, 2018

Designing protected bike lanes that are safe and accessible for all pedestrians....

Designing protected bike lanes that are safe and accessible for all pedestrians....

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Building a Better Bike Lane — for All

Major Changes Coming to SoMa

Posted Tuesday February 27, 2018

Big changes are afoot in SoMa. And they're desperately needed....

Big changes are afoot in SoMa. And they're desperately needed....

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Major Changes Coming to SoMa

Team Walk SF: Bay Area Training Rides for the Climate Ride

Posted Thursday February 01, 2018

Join our Climate Ride team for the experience of a lifetime...

Join our Climate Ride team for the experience of a lifetime...

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Team Walk SF: Bay Area Training Rides for the Climate Ride

For The People, By The People: Designing a Safer Taylor Street

Posted Thursday February 01, 2018

Every street in the Tenderloin is a high-injury corridor, one of the...

Every street in the Tenderloin is a high-injury corridor, one of the city's most dangerous streets...

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For The People, By The People: Designing a Safer Taylor Street

Walk SF Bids Farewell to Outreach Director Natalie Burdick

Posted Thursday February 01, 2018

After more than five years at Walk San Francisco, in February 2018,...

After more than five years at Walk San Francisco, in February 2018, Natalie Burdick is stepping down from her role as Outreach Director at Walk SF. Natalie has a long legacy...

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You’re Invited to Woonerven

Posted Wednesday November 22, 2017

Ring in the Holidays at Woonerven - Walk SF's Annual Member Party...

Ring in the Holidays at Woonerven - Walk SF's Annual Member Party & Fundraiser...

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You’re Invited to Woonerven

Walk SF Announces New Executive Director

Posted Thursday October 19, 2017

Jodie Medeiros takes leadership role at Walk SF...

Jodie Medeiros takes leadership role at Walk SF...

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Walk SF Announces New Executive Director

Engaging Seniors in Vision Zero: A Visitacion Valley Training

Posted Wednesday September 20, 2017

Armed with speed detectors and surveys, Visitacion Valley seniors from the Asian...

Armed with speed detectors and surveys, Visitacion Valley seniors from the Asian Pacific American Community Center took to their local street to audit the safety of the intersection of Bayshore...

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Engaging Seniors in Vision Zero: A Visitacion Valley Training

Elevating the Needs of Seniors & People with Disabilities through Vision Zero

Posted Monday September 11, 2017

So far this year, three people over the age of 70 have...

So far this year, three people over the age of 70 have already been victims of San Francisco’s unsafe streets. 76-year old Jeannie Yee lost her life in Cow Hollow,...

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Elevating the Needs of Seniors & People with Disabilities through Vision Zero