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Getting (re)Connected with San Francisco locals

Living in the second-most densely populated city in the U.S., you can…

 

Mike Koozmin/SF ExaminerPedestrians in the financial district cross the street against the signals

Advocates blast SF mayor for backlog of pedestrian-safety projects

City government knows which streets are most dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists,…

 

Cindy Chew/2010 S.F. Examiner File PhotoPedestrian fatalities in San Francisco in 2014 were down from previous years

Vision Zero advocates push forward as pedestrian deaths decline in 2014

Pedestrian fatalities in San Francisco in 2014 were down slightly from the…

 

Record number of SF students take part in Walk and Roll to School Day

Nearly a year ago, city officials and pedestrian safety advocates began pushing…

Mike Hendrickson/Special to the S.F. EXAMINERPolice are revising a policy regarding ticketing individuals such as jaywalkers.

Jaywalking ticket issued to pedestrian hit by car rescinded

This week, a San Francisco police officer visited an elderly man who…

Mike Hendrickson/Special to the S.F. EXAMINERPolice are revising a policy regarding ticketing individuals such as jaywalkers.
Courtesy James Ferrara/Walk San FranciscoSFMTA Vice Chairwoman Cheryl Brinkman

SFMTA begins moving on Vision Zero projects

San Francisco's Vision Zero plan to eliminate traffic deaths within a decade…

Courtesy James Ferrara/Walk San FranciscoSFMTA Vice Chairwoman Cheryl Brinkman
Cindy chew/2010 S.F. EXAMINER FILE PHOTOSan Francisco has identified streets and intersections with the highest amount of pedestrian injuries due to collisions with vehicles from 2005-11. These corridors and intersections represent 6 percent of city streets

SF announcing more plans to boost pedestrian safety

The most dangerous streets for pedestrians in San Francisco will be getting…

Cindy chew/2010 S.F. EXAMINER FILE PHOTOSan Francisco has identified streets and intersections with the highest amount of pedestrian injuries due to collisions with vehicles from 2005-11. These corridors and intersections represent 6 percent of city streets

Pedestrian, bike advocates to rally at San Francisco City Hall for safety improvements

In the wake of several recent deaths, bicyclist and pedestrian advocates are…

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Fire Department hindering street safety

San Francisco has a long way to go to become safe for…

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