San Francisco ranks as one of the most walkable cities in the U.S. As the birthplace of the ‘parklet’ and Sunday Streets, there’s much to cherish in the city’s compact geography, mild climate, and generous open spaces. But did you know over 800 people are hit by cars every year? Annually over 100 people are either seriously injured or die as a result of traffic violence.
Learn why Walk San Francisco is advocating for safer, better streets and tracking the City’s commitments to Vision Zero, the goal to end all serious and fatal traffic-related injuries by 2024, through proven engineering, enforcement, and education efforts.
*12% of all streets in San Francisco — a total of 125 miles — account for over 70% of all traffic-related injuries and deaths (pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists).
Help Save Lives on San Francisco’s Streets!
Make Your Voice Heard
Before 8 p.m. on Monday, March 28