Do you love Slow Streets? Tell city leaders.
We all need safe ways to get around on foot and bicycle with adequate space for social distancing during the coronavirus. One way the City responded to this need is through SFMTA’s Slow Streets Program, which prioritizes people on designated streets (vehicle access is only allowed for residents, deliveries, and businesses).
At Walk SF, we strongly support safe, healthy, people-first solutions like Slow Streets during this emergency – and into the future. This approach supports making San Francisco a city where everyone can get around on foot and bicycle without fear of traffic violence. Plus, Slow Streets strengthen our communities.
Share your support for Slow Streets with your Supervisor now! And if you’re still waiting for a Slow Street in your neighborhood or want more, you can share that, too.
Find your neighborhood below and send an email of support for Slow Streets.
Neighborhoods with Slow Streets
- Richmond and Laurel Heights >>> SEND EMAIL
- Pacific Heights>>> SEND EMAIL
- North Beach>>> SEND EMAIL
- Central Sunset and Outer Sunset>>> SEND EMAIL
- Hayes Valley, Western Addition, Fillmore, Japantown, Lower Haight, Cole Valley, Duboce Triangle, and Haight Ashbury>>> SEND EMAIL
- Tenderloin>>>SEND EMAIL
- Castro, Noe Valley, and Glen Park>>> SEND EMAIL
- Mission, Bernal Heights, and Portola>>> SEND EMAIL
- Bayview, Potrero Hill, and Visitacion Valley>>> SEND EMAIL
- Excelsior, OMI, and Crocker Amazon>>> SEND EMAIL
Neighborhoods without Slow Streets
- Inner Sunset*, Marina, Cow Hollow, Chinatown, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, SoMa*, Mission Bay, South Beach, Ingleside, St. Francis Wood, Park Merced, Oceanview*, and Parkside*>>> SEND EMAIL
*Slow Streets are being considered for the first time in the Inner Sunset, SoMa, Oceanview, and Parkside neighborhoods by SFMTA and could be approved in February 2021. SFMTA is also considering additional Slow Streets in the Bayview, the Mission, Visitacion Valley, and Western Addition. Learn more.
Banner image: Oliver Walter