Tag: Pedestrians

Firefighters union asks mayoral candidates for veto power over bike lanes, pedestrian safety projects

Firefighters want their department to wield veto power over Vision Zero street safety projects — which often include bike lanes…

7 months ago

Supervisor stalls $15M for Market Street safety project, citing concerns

A San Francisco supervisor is calling into question a seven-year-long planning process to transform Market Street, which may stall funding…

1 year ago

SFMTA approves controversial L-Taraval changes in name of safety

Taraval Street will be transformed in the name of pedestrian safety and speeding up the L-Taraval Muni light rail line…

2 years ago

Bike path designs for western span of Bay Bridge unveiled

Those dreaming of walking or biking across the Bay Bridge have new hope, though they won’t be pedaling from San…

3 years ago

Speed the culprit in recent crashes

Within a single week, three crashes devastated the lives of four people and shattered their families and our community. On…

3 years ago

Upper Market gets red light turn restrictions, painted ped safety zones

Safety measures implemented as part of San Francisco's Upper Market Street Safety Project were unveiled today including right turn restrictions…

3 years ago

A solution to bikes at stop signs

“Stop sign law could speed up S.F.,” The City, July 29 A solution to bikes at stop signs Call it…

3 years ago

Officials to seek state law change to end San Francisco's 'culture of speeding'

San Francisco city officials are taking their effort to Sacramento to make roads safer and slow down drivers. With some…

4 years ago