Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Traffic Enforcement

Help Streetsblog Shine a Light on SFPD’s Bike Crackdown — Submit Your Video

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Streetsblog needs you and your devices to provide eyes and ears on the Wiggle, Page Street, and wherever the SFPD is lurking to ticket bicycle riders who harmlessly roll stop signs. It’s been clear from the start that Park Station’s bike crackdown is a huge waste of resources. But there are things that video can help […]

SFPD Revises Deadly Driving Campaign to Target People Walking and Biking

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Updated on 8/3 at 5:35 p.m. with more comment from Walk SF. According to the San Francisco Police Department, bikes and people are now cars, and everyone is responsible for committing the five violations that kill and maim San Franciscans the most often. The SFPD has proclaimed that its data-driven “Focus on the Five” enforcement […]

Sup. Breed Backs Idaho’s Common-Sense Law: Let Bikes Yield at Stop Signs

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Updated at 1:04 p.m. with comments from Dave Snyder of the California Bicycle Coalition. Supervisor London Breed has come out as the first known elected official in San Francisco to publicly support a sensible change to California traffic law: allowing people on bikes to treat stop signs as yield signs. Breed voiced her position today in today’s […]