More than a hundred Walk San Francisco members attended the annual holiday party at SPUR to celebrate a year of wins including the city’s adoption of new, slower 15-mph speed zone limits at 181 schools, the design of a network of green connections to parks across the city, and the doubling in size of Peak2Peak, with 180 participants joining the eight annual 14-mile walk.
Supervisors David Campos, Jane Kim and Scott Wiener, as well as MTA Commissioner Cheryl Brinkman, also joined members to mark a year of Walk SF successes and spoke to highlight their support for the important work ahead.
Check out photos from the party: http://bit.ly/woonerven2012
If you were unable to attend the event, you can still support Walk SF in winning a strong Pedestrian Action Plan in 2013 to fix the city’s most dangerous streets. Help put an end to the 900 pedestrian injuries that happen every year.
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