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Every year, around 30 people are killed and 600 people are severely injured in traffic crashes on San Francisco’s streets.

It doesn’t have to be like this. Streets can be designed and enforced to protect you and your loved ones, and prevent countless tragedies.

City leaders must make traffic safety a priority, but they won’t unless people like you ask them to.

Please send a personalized email below to Mayor London Breed.

Ask Mayor Breed to make safe streets a priority

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Banner image by William McLeod is from the 2020 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. This event was held at San Francisco’s City Hall. The shoes shown here represent some of the more than 200 people who have been killed in traffic crashes in San Francisco since the City committed to ‘Vision Zero’ in January 2014.