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

Photo credit: Phil Dokas, Creative Commons

Guest Post by GJEL Accident Attorneys

Self-driving cars are poised to change how we move in the 21st Century. They will be safer, more efficient, and more affordable. For most people living in urban areas, car ownership … Read More

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

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 expects these family morning routines to be safer thanks to increased enforcement around 15-mph school zones and the … Read More

Walking Market & Octavia's Living Spaces in San Francisco

Image by Amanda Loper, SPUR

Join veteran Peak2Peak and monthly members walk leader Eric Chase, and special guest, architect David Winslow, who now heads the San Francisco Planning Department’s design review program, to discover the heart of the city.

In 2008, with strong support from … Read More

Tell Your Supervisors to Fund Vision Zero NOW

Over the last six months, the City has made strong commitments to Vision Zero, with the Board of Supervisors taking the lead to ensure Vision Zero, the goal to end ALL traffic deaths in ten years, is a citywide priority.

Now there is a critical opportunity to turn that vision into reality, and YOUR … Read More

Support a Dedicated Traffic Crimes Team at the District Attorney's Office

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.

To … Read More