After a surge in traffic fatalities in 2013, San Francisco leaders adopted Vision Zero – a goal to eliminate traffic deaths by 2024. To meet this goal, the City is implementing quick, cost effective treatments to prevent deaths and serious injuries along its most dangerous streets. The walk will highlight example infrastructure projects in the bustling streets of the Tenderloin, wide arterials and narrow alleys of South of Market. Participants who are looking to develop a Vision Zero goal in their communities will also learn about the policies and politics shaping Vision Zero in San Francisco.
Nicole Schneider, Executive Director, Walk SF
Neal Patel, Project Liason, SFMTA