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Radio Podcast: Is ‘Vision Zero’ Working?

A crash on Market Street, 2016. Private cars are now banned, but taxis, city vehicles, scofflaw motorists who drive down Market anyway, and delivery trucks will continue to put cyclists lives in danger if the city follows through on its “Bummer Market Street” plan. Photo: John Rogers

Yesterday evening, Streetsblog participated in a live radio broadcast on KALW about Vision Zero with Cathy DeLuca, Interim Director of Walk SF, Dr. Rochelle Dicker, former director of the Injury Prevention Center at UCSF, and Julie Mitchell, co-founder of San Francisco Bay Area Families for Safe Streets. Mitchell's son was killed in a 2013 crash with a truck while he was riding his bike in the Mission. The show was hosted by City Visions' Joseph Pace.

The show was an update on Vision Zero advocacy and asked how effective it has been so far. Other topics included Automated Speed Enforcement, Dutch-style infrastructure, and how to get SFMTA to install safety features faster.

You can listen to the audio below or by clicking to the City Visions page at KALW.

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