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We need your voice to win safe streets for all.

A man holds a sign during a rally held on the annual World Day of Remembrance for Traffic Victims at City Hall in San Francisco, Calif., on Sunday, November 17, 2019. (Ching Wong/

Ask SFMTA to act now to Slow Our Streets: S.O.S.

Speed is the #1 contributor to severe and fatal traffic crashes on our streets. That’s why speed must be the #1 focus of city leaders as they work to end these tragedies. Join us in urging SFMTA Director Tumlin to take three key actions in 2021.

Share the love for Slow Streets

Walk SF strongly supports safe, healthy, people-first solutions like Slow Streets during this emergency — and into the future. If you feel the same, your voice is needed. Let’s make Slow Streets part of a brighter, pedestrian-friendly San Francisco with safe streets for all. Send an email to your Supervisor in support of Slow Streets.

Thank city leaders for a car-free JFK Drive

A car-free JFK Drive continues to be incredibly important for our health during coronavirus. We need to be sure key city leaders know how much we all value this safe space so it continues even as attractions in Golden Gate Park reopen.

Send a personal message to Mayor London Breed and Phil Ginsburg at SF Rec and Park, whose leadership made this happen.