A new report on The City’s most dangerous intersections reveals that many continue to be troublesome, leaving safety advocates to wonder why more is not being done to improve conditions.
In 2011, a combined 10 pedestrians and bicyclists were hit by cars at the intersection of Market Street and Octavia Boulevard, making it the least safe crossing in The City, according to a report by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, which compiled data from the Police Department. Read More
Supervisor Chris Daly introduced a resolution “calling upon” the Municipal Transportation to study and plan for bicycle facilities at “certain dangerous intersections and street segments.”
The specific locations: The intersections of Market, Polk, Oak and 10th Street, and of Howard, South Van Ness, 13th Street and Division, and along Division, 13th Street and Duboce from Folsom to Valencia. Read More