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Thank your Supervisor for recommitting to Vision Zero and urge continued action

Why isn’t the City moving faster to make our streets safe?

The City’s Vision Zero strategy made strong, doable commitments – especially when it comes to fixing the deadliest streets. But once again city agencies have fallen behind. Why?

On March 7, the Board of Supervisors unanimously passed Supervisor Preston’s resolution to get to the bottom of this question – and get all city agencies refocused on Vision Zero in key ways. Supervisor Melgar co-sponsored the resolution in a further act of support.

Let’s thank the Board of Supervisors for their support of Vision Zero and urge them to not let up in prioritizing the work that remains to be done in making that goal a reality. Email your Supervisor to thank them and ask them to hold City agencies accountable to what’s in the resolution.

District 1 (Richmond and Seacliff)

District 2 (Pacific Heights, Presidio, Presidio Heights, and Marina)

District 3 (North Beach, Chinatown, Union Square/Financial District, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, and Telegraph Hill)

District 4 (Outer Sunset)

District 5 (Tenderloin, Japantown, Western Addition, Haight Ashbury, and Hayes Valley)

District 6 (South of Market, Mission Bay, and Treasure Island)

District 7 (Inner Sunset, West Portal, Forest Hill, and Parkmerced)

District 8 (Cole Valley, Duboce Triangle, Castro, Diamond Heights, Noe Valley, and Glen Park)

District 9 (Mission, Bernal Heights, and Portola)

District 10 (Potrero Hill, Bayview-Hunters Point, and Visitacion Valley)

District 11 (Excelsior, Oceanview, and Outer Mission)