We’re entering the final hours of our summer fundraising campaign and we really need your help to meet our goal!
If you value the high-impact advocacy journalism we produce at Streetsblog San Francisco, please donate $50, $100 or $1,000 right now to help us raise $25,000 by midnight tomorrow.
Just yesterday, we brought you the surprising and disappointing news that the city is killing a planned road diet for Cesar Chavez Street. Our recent coverage of one of SoMa’s most dangerous intersections has elevated the discussion on much-needed improvements for that neighborhood. My interview with the Mayor earlier this year helped make protected bikeways on Fell and Oak streets a priority for the SFMTA. Those are just some of many high-impact stories we’ve recently produced at Streetsblog San Francisco.
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Please get your donation in right now to help us reach our goal by tomorrow at midnight!