Supervisor Yee Wants to Put Pedestrian Safety First; You Can Help

Posted Wednesday April 03, 2013 by Natalie

Supervisor Yee Wants to Put Pedestrian Safety First; You Can Help

Join Walk SF and other community members in demanding the much needed fixes for Monterey Boulevard, the area around Glen Park BART, Sloat, and many other wide, dangerous streets.

District 7 is home to a number of dangerous streets. Most recently, there have been two terrible crashes here: the tragic death of Lowell high school student Hanren Chang, and the serious injury of a pedestrian near the West Portal MUNI station.

If you have experiences to share about walking in District 7, please share them:

D7 Pedestrian Safety Hearing
Thursday, April 4 
10 a.m.  
City Hall Room 250 

Supervisor Norman Yee has made pedestrian safety his first order of business for his district: West Portal, Parkside, St. Francis Wood, Forest Hill, Ingleside Terrace, Sunnyside, and Park Merced — this is your chance tell demand the fixes needed to prevent more tragedies:

  • Share your experiences with dangerous streets like Monterey, Portola Drive, 19th Avenue, Ocean, Sunset, and Lake Merced Boulevard
  • Speak up for street safety improvements in District 7  

If you can’t attend the hearing, send your feedback: call the District 7 office at (415) 554-6516 or email Supervisor Yee at Norman.Yee@sfgov.org.

For detailed, live updates on the hearing, contact jon@friendsofmontereyblvd.org or follow @MontereyBlvdSF on Twitter.