Safety advocates are breaking down each district in San Francisco to look at progress across the city--or lack there of--in reaching the goal of near-zero serious and fatal crashes
"For decades ... we have lacked the leadership to make roadway safety a national priority in the United States," says the letter, which is signed by groups including New York's own Families for Safe Streets.
The Secretary of Transportation nominee, Pete Buttigieg, used his confirmation hearing to reaffirm his support for mass transit and complete streets.
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ClimatePlan's Chanell Fletcher, as new Deputy Executive Officer for Environmental Justice, will oversee environmental justice, Community Air Monitoring Program (A.B. 617), and more.
If the city stops giving public land away for free to drivers, it can close its deficit and then some