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Vision Zero Petition

Ask city leaders to act quickly to fix our most dangerous streets

Of all severe and fatal crashes in San Francisco, 75% happen on only 13% of our streets – streets that are dangerous by design. We must fix these streets – and quickly – in order to achieve Vision Zero.

While the City has many safety projects in the works on high-injury corridors, the pace with which they are being implemented is far too slow. And no comprehensive plan yet exists to fix all high-injury corridors, even though 2024 is only five years away.

Sign our letter to City leaders asking for urgent action on high-injury corridors.

Dear Mayor London Breed, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, the SFMTA Board, SFMTA Director Reiskin, and SFMTA staff,

I’m writing to urge bold action and urgency by all city agencies to make life-saving changes to our streets to end all severe and fatal traffic crashes by 2024.

I applaud you for setting the ambitious goal of Vision Zero. What we need now is a comprehensive plan to fix the city’s high-injury corridors in just 5 years.

With your leadership, San Francisco can lead the nation in creating truly safe streets for all. Imagine the day when we can say that no one has died on our streets because of traffic violence.

I’m asking you to act swiftly to make the transformative safety changes to our streets. We will have a stronger, more equitable city as a result.

I stand ready to speak out in support of bold action and investments by the City in safer streets for all.

Sincerely,

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