SF Celebrates Pedestrian, Bike Infrastructure Improvements, Vows to do More

SF Celebrates Pedestrian, Bike Infrastructure Improvements, Vows to do More

Twenty-four projects designed to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety in San Francisco have been completed ahead of schedule, with six more projects expected to be…

First-Ever Project Improved Pedestrian Safety in Key Area, Officials Say

First-Ever Project Improved Pedestrian Safety in Key Area, Officials Say

The agency behind a first-of-its-kind project in San Francisco is reporting success in its goal of bolstering pedestrian safety in a small neighborhood in the…

Pedestrian Safety Banners Unveiled in SoMa, Tenderloin

Pedestrian Safety Banners Unveiled in SoMa, Tenderloin

San Francisco officials today unveiled new banners in the South of Market and Tenderloin neighborhoods featuring images of residents and business owners urging drivers to…

Upper Market Gets Red Light Turn Restrictions, Painted Pedestrian Safety Zones

Upper Market Gets Red Light Turn Restrictions, Painted Pedestrian Safety Zones

Safety measures implemented as part of San Francisco’s Upper Market Street Safety Project were unveiled today including right turn restrictions at red lights, bolder crosswalks,…

GPS Navigation Systems May Not Reflect New Market Street Turn Restriction

GPS Navigation Systems May Not Reflect New Market Street Turn Restriction

Beginning Tuesday, private vehicles that turn onto San Francisco’s Market Street between Third and Eighth streets, will risk receiving a $238 fine, even if their…

Boy Fatally Struck by Muni in Ingleside Identified

Boy Fatally Struck by Muni in Ingleside Identified

The San Francisco medical examiner’s office has identified a boy who was fatally struck this morning by a San Francisco Municipal Railway light-rail vehicle as…

Report Highlights Progress Made Toward Pedestrian Safety and Walkability

Report Highlights Progress Made Toward Pedestrian Safety and Walkability

San Francisco has made progress toward improving pedestrian safety and walkability but has failed to meet its goals for reducing the number of people killed…

City Officials Urge Pedestrian Safety After Richmond District Death

City Officials Urge Pedestrian Safety After Richmond District Death

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee today urged drivers to slow down and look for pedestrians in crosswalks, a day after an 87-year-old pedestrian was struck…

SFMTA Approves Polk Street Bike, Pedestrian Safety Improvements

SFMTA Approves Polk Street Bike, Pedestrian Safety Improvements

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency unanimously approved a pedestrian and bicycle improvement plan today that will span 20 blocks of Polk Street. The project…

Transit Agency Aims to Improve Safety with Bolder Crosswalks

Transit Agency Aims to Improve Safety with Bolder Crosswalks

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is giving city crosswalks a bold, new look, SFMTA officials said. The change is part of an effort to…

City Report Suggests Policy Change to Decrease Collisions, Speeding on City Streets

City Report Suggests Policy Change to Decrease Collisions, Speeding on City Streets

A city report detailing the health and safety benefits San Francisco could garner by reducing speed limits on city streets was lauded by bicyclist and…

Police Step Up Pedestrian Safety Enforcement As Kids Go Back to School

Police Step Up Pedestrian Safety Enforcement As Kids Go Back to School

Police and street safety advocates are reminding San Francisco drivers that with school back in session starting today, they need to watch out for children…

Driver Who Allegedly Killed Pedestrian Then Tried To Walk Away Identified As Mageb Hussain

Driver Who Allegedly Killed Pedestrian Then Tried To Walk Away Identified As Mageb Hussain

12:33 PM: A driver involved in a collision that killed a pedestrian on San Francisco‚Äôs Van Ness Avenue early this morning has been identified as…