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Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee Meeting

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Website: The Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) is the official public representative to the Board of Supervisors on pedestrian issues.  It meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to review City plans and projects and to research potential improvements to the pedestrian environment.  The public is encourage to attend. http://www.sfmta.com/cms/cpdsafe/19509.html

City’s Pedestrian Crash Toll Dwarfs Preventative Safety Costs

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Two to three people are hit by cars every day on San Francisco’s dangerously motorized streets, and researchers are beginning to paint a clearer picture of the economic toll. The more than 800 pedestrian crashes a year are racking up a $76 million bill for injuries, reports the Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC), and advocates […]

San Francisco Pedestrian Safety Efforts Mired in City Bureaucracy

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Despite a growing political focus on pedestrian safety, a thick layer of city bureaucracy and lack of funding are stalling real change to prevent pedestrian injuries and fatalities on San Francisco streets, including three deaths in just the last week. The red tape and dysfunction became abundantly clear at a presentation and discussion at City […]