This Week: Vision Zero Rally Today, Wiggle Plans Unveiled

Today at noon, join a rally calling on the city to adopt Vision Zero, the goal of ending all traffic deaths within ten years. Plans for a safer, greener Wiggle will also be unveiled at an open house meeting Wednesday evening.

Here are all of this week’s calendar highlights:

  • Tuesday: Join Walk SF, the SF Bicycle Coalition, and other organizations at the steps of City Hall for a rally calling on city electeds and agencies to commit to “Vision Zero,” the goal of ending traffic fatalities within ten years. 12 p.m. After the rally, you can also join supporters at the SFMTA Board of Directors meeting, starting at 1 p.m., to speak during public comment.
  • Wednesday: Plans for a greener, more livable Wiggle will be presented at an open house by the SFMTA, the Department of Public Works, and the SF Public Utilities Commission. The proposed measures include bulb-outs with greenery, raised crosswalks, textured pavement, and a southbound car traffic diverter on Scott Street at Fell. A preview of the plans is available here. 5 p.m.

Keep an eye on the calendar for updated listings. Got an event we should know about? Drop us a line.

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