We are halfway through our Streetsblog summer fundraising drive, and we’re raised just over half our overall goal of $15,000. Since we wrote to you at the start of June, we’ve raised just under $8,000, leaving us with $7,000 left to go. Don’t hesitate, donate today! A lot has changed since that fundraising letter went […]
The San Francisco Examiner reports that a new ballot measure has been filed with the City of San Francisco, which its proponents are calling “Access for All.” If successful, the measure would: Reverse the Supervisors’ April decision to create a permanent car-free JFK in Golden Gate Park Undo the bans on motor vehicles along stretches […]
Right after the Fourth of July, we’re going to be launching a summer fundraising campaign that will feature happy hours, bike rides, raffles, and other fun ways to interact while we raise money to keep Streetsblog strong in California. With the fiscal year coming to an end before we launch the July 6th fundraiser, we […]
The art installation is the product of two city departments and their artist in residence, working with nonprofit organizations. LADOT and Cultural Affairs (DCA) host a creative catalyst program that hires artists to produce art related to Vision Zero, the international effort to end traffic violence.