This Evening on Talk 910: Gil Gross Talks Ped Safety With Streetsblog

Tune in to 910 AM at 6 p.m. for Gil Gross’ show, where I’ll be on the air to discuss SF’s recent spate of pedestrian crashes, the SFPD’s habit of blaming pedestrian victims, and what we can do to make our streets safer. For a preview of the show, you can check out Gross’s August discussion about research on “distracted walking.”

Update: The 10-minute interview is available for listening here.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Supes Call for Aggressive Enforcement Against Dangerous Driving

|
In an emotionally-charged discussion, the dangers of walking on San Francisco’s streets took center stage at yesterday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, the first since an alarming number of San Franciscans were injured and killed by drivers over the holiday season. Every supervisor except Katy Tang, Mark Farrell, and Malia Cohen spoke to express condolences to the […]

This Week: Two Thursday Forums on SF’s Transportation Woes

|
This Thursday evening has two promising forums on transportation, unfortunately scheduled at the same time. The SF Bay Guardian will host a forum on “how to create the transportation system San Franciscans need,” while a SPUR forum looks at why SF’s parking problems could be temporary. Also, don’t miss the final two Transportation 2030 community […]

This Week: A Packed Tuesday for Livable Streets

|
Tuesday evening has three community meetings on livable streets projects scheduled at the same time: The Wiggle, Potrero Avenue, and southern 19th Avenue. City agencies haven’t made it easy, but nimble folks may be able to make at least the two open houses to show their support for safer streets and better transit. The SFMTA […]

Supervisors London Breed and Norman Yee Talk Transportation Priorities

|
San Francisco has two new faces on the Board of Supervisors: London Breed, representing District 5, and Norman Yee, representing District 7, both inaugurated last month after winning election in November. At a meeting of the Inner Sunset Park Neighbors last week, Streetsblog asked the two San Francisco natives to talk about their priorities for […]