Walking has been shown to optimize health and strengthen communities, which means everyone should have equal opportunity to do it. But people walking often find it difficult or dangerous to get around by foot, when the city public spaces lack sidewalk and other basic walking infrastructure.
To speak up for safer walking conditions and register needed improvement requests, refer to the following resources.
Learn about proposed plans for streets in your neighborhood, and share your priorities before decisions are made about how city streets are designed and regulated. Sign up for Walk San Francisco’s bi-monthly e-newsletter, and become a Walk SF advocate.
For more information, visit the following sites:
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