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Street Score 2015 Report Card Highlights City’s Progress

Posted Wednesday May 06, 2015

Walk SF evaluates citywide efforts around nearly 40 safety metrics...

Walk SF evaluates citywide efforts around nearly 40 safety metrics...

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Street Score 2015 Report Card Highlights City’s Progress

Walk to SF’s Corona Heights, Buena Vista Park

Posted Friday May 01, 2015

Tuesday, April 22, 2015 – SF Chronicle The Bay Area is lucky...

Tuesday, April 22, 2015 – SF Chronicle The Bay Area is lucky enough to have flowers blooming year-round, but there’s still something special about spring — the smell of fresh...

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Walk to SF’s Corona Heights, Buena Vista Park

San Francisco kids train as ‘City Street Investigators’ for traffic safety

Posted Wednesday April 22, 2015

Lamia Haynes clocked drivers at speeds around 53 miles an hour in...

Lamia Haynes clocked drivers at speeds around 53 miles an hour in a 25 mile an hour zone....

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San Francisco kids train as ‘City Street Investigators’ for traffic safety

New Pedestrian Safety Curriculum Trains Youth as ‘City Street Investigators’ in Chinatown

Posted Thursday April 16, 2015

Following on the heels of the San Francisco Unified School District’s adoption of Vision...

Following on the heels of the San Francisco Unified School District’s adoption of Vision Zero, Walk SF has launched a two-week long, after-school program to train youth on pedestrian safety. The Pedestrian Safety...

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New Pedestrian Safety Curriculum Trains Youth as ‘City Street Investigators’ in Chinatown

SFUSD May Soon Get on Board with Vision Zero Policy on Pedestrian Safety

Posted Monday March 02, 2015

Monday, March 2, 2015 – San Francisco Examiner by Jessica Kwong Slightly...

Monday, March 2, 2015 – San Francisco Examiner by Jessica Kwong Slightly more than a year after governing agencies citywide began pushing for a Vision Zero policy to eliminate traffic...

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SFUSD May Soon Get on Board with Vision Zero Policy on Pedestrian Safety

SFPD Backs Up Vision Zero Commitment as Students Go Back to School

Posted Monday October 27, 2014

On Monday, August 18, kids all over the city get back to...

On Monday, August 18, kids all over the city get back to their school year routine of walking, bicycling, busing and being driven to classes. This year, Walk San Francisco...

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SFPD Backs Up Vision Zero Commitment as Students Go Back to School

In the Age of Self-Driving Cars, Vision Zero Matters Even More

Posted Monday October 27, 2014

GJEL Accident Attorneys explores self-driving vehicles and Vision Zero....

GJEL Accident Attorneys explores self-driving vehicles and Vision Zero....

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In the Age of Self-Driving Cars, Vision Zero Matters Even More

Celebrate Walk & Roll to School Day

Posted Monday October 27, 2014

On Wednesday, October the 8 schools across San Francisco will be celebrating International Walk...

On Wednesday, October the 8 schools across San Francisco will be celebrating International Walk & Roll to School Day. This global event has exploded in popularity since its inception in 1997, when...

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Celebrate Walk & Roll to School Day

Walk to Work Day Walker Profile: Meet Jane

Posted Tuesday June 17, 2014

In this installment of Walker Profiles, we’d like to introduce you to...

In this installment of Walker Profiles, we’d like to introduce you to Nob Hill resident, Jane, who walks 1-2 miles to work in the Financial District each day, and has...

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Walk to Work Day Walker Profile: Meet Jane