SFMTA Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee Meeting

Agenda.

"In addition to our normal meeting, we will be hearing a presentation from Dr. Rajiv Bhatia titled as follows:

Safe walking: An environmental right or a utopian fantasy?

Presented by Rajiv Bhatia – Director of Occupational and Environmental Health, SFDPH

Dr. Bhatia will be presenting on: some gaps in traditional approaches to pedestrian safety; international research regarding interventions to address environmental policy and design gaps in support of safer conditions; local environmental health research and tools; and potential next steps in support of a vision of safer pedestrian conditions in San Francisco."

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