Let’s make Monterey Boulevard safer
With the release last week of a new report, Walk SF and Friends of Monterey Boulevard are building the case for lower speeds and safer streets in Sunnyside.
“Studies have shown that when you lower the speed limit from 30 to 25, there is a significant drop in fatalities,” said Elizabeth Stampe, executive director of Walk SF. “That small decrease can have a huge safety impact.”
“I’ve been here since 1995, and I’ve just taken it for granted that I can’t walk down this street,” said local resident Jon Winston, who has two school-age children and is a member of Friends of Monterey Boulevard, a neighborhood group. “This has always been a problem, and we want to change it.”
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