Help flood Supervisors with emails before Tuesday’s vote for action on safe streets
It keeps coming back to one question: Why isn’t the City moving faster to make our streets safe?
The City’s Vision Zero strategy made strong, doable commitments – especially when it comes to fixing the deadliest streets. But once again city agencies have fallen behind. Why?
On Tuesday, February 28, Supervisor Preston will introduce a resolution at the Board of Supervisors to get to the bottom of this question – and get all city agencies refocused on Vision Zero in key ways.
Let’s get this resolution unanimously supported!
A flood of emails will get Supervisors paying attention because they’ll know we’re paying attention.
Please take just one minute to send a personalized email before Tuesday.
Supervisor Preston’s resolution calls out much of what needs to be addressed right now: interagency coordination, dangerous speeds, and lagging progress on commitments in the City’s Vision Zero strategy. Your voice can help get answers – and solutions.
You can also read more about what we’re pushing SFMTA to do to get Vision Zero back in focus, and check out the new traffic safety report card for your neighborhood.