No one should have to experience what members of Families for Safe Streets have. Our stories are heartbreaking, but they must be told and heard.
Here are a few of these stories.
Alvin Lester on Losing His Son and How Driving Habits Must Change
Jorge Quiroz on Losing His Daughter, Who Was Hit and Killed in a Crosswalk
Julie Mitchell on Losing Her Son and the Need for Change
Families for Safe Streets in the News
- SF leaders, community advocates walk in memory of pedestrians, cyclists hit and killed by cars on city streets
- San Francisco remembers those injured, killed in traffic collisions
- Advocates pause to remember toll of traffic violence
- ‘He’s not going to stop!’: Pedestrian’s injury underscores SF’s risky streets
- San Francisco’s streets are dangerous. They almost killed Norman Yee.
- Bill would make state highways–which are often city streets–accommodate all users
- Family channels pain into crusade against San Jose’s rising pedestrian deaths
- Traffic victims’ families unite to make SF’s streets safer