According to an in-depth analysis from the Center for Investigative Reporting, Bay Area drivers who kill pedestrians rarely face any punishment. While San Francisco’s DA has some of the highest prosecution rates in the Bay Area, state policies limit the extent to which the office can act.
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Every single trip in San Francisco — whether by transit, bicycle, or car — begins and ends with walking.
Transportation 2030 will help fund needed improvements to make city streets safer for everyone, whether you’re on foot, in a wheelchair, or with a stroller.
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Kids starting a healthy habit at Gordon J. Lau Elementary School
Full-time Family and Schools Programs Coordinator
The San Francisco Safe Routes to School Partnership is seeking two seasoned organizers to work with parents, children, youth and school staff in San Francisco Unified School District schools to increase … Read More
Walk to Work Day Nearly Triples in Size
More than 5,800 San Franciscans participated in the second annual Walk to Work Day on Friday, April 11. Commuters took to the streets by foot, stopping by one of the 13 participating Hubs citywide to power up with … Read More
Walk to Work Day is upon us! In the lead up, we’ve been talking with San Franciscans who already walk to their workplace or wherever they spend their day.
In this installment of Walker Profiles, we’d like to introduce you to Mission resident, Merylee Smith Bingham, who walks 2-5 miles to work downtown 1-2 days … Read More