San Francisco’s World Day of Remembrance
City marks another year of tragedy with Vision Zero more elusive than ever.
Commentary: Wait, the DMV Cares About Public Safety?
California Department of Motor Vehicles withdraws permit to Cruise after one of its robo-cars drags a pedestrians across the pavement. So what about all the human drivers who are just as dangerous or much more so?
San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose to Finally get Speed Cameras
“The data is incredibly clear that speed kills. Automated speed enforcement will save lives."
Commentary: Daylighting is Now the Law. But it’s up to Cities to Make it Work
"All resources should go to getting concrete, planters, steel, cast-iron, or whatever is most economically feasible and block corners so sight-lines are maintained, and so scofflaw drivers literally can’t park there."
BART’s ‘Tactile Guideways’ Help Visually Impaired People Navigate
Wayfinding on public transit can be challenging enough for people with 20/20 vision. For the blind and visually impaired, tactile and audible cues are essential.
San Francisco Supervisors Pass No Right on Red
Now it's up to SFMTA to make it happen.
Commentary: Let’s Talk About the Real “Fatal Flaw” on Valencia
How many people have to die before professional advocates stop endorsing the Valencia Street "experiment" on people?
SF Advocates Explore How Enhancing Disability Access on Transit Helps for Everyone
BART was the first accessible transit system in the country. Advocates want Bay Area transit agencies to do better at keeping buses and trains accessible for all.
Streetfilms Tours Emeryville, Calif., the Little City that Can
Did somebody say "encore?" Safe streets rock star John Bauters, Mayor of Emeryville, population less-than 13,000, gave Streetfilms producer Clarence Eckerson a tour of his city.
Why is San Francisco Using Concrete to Protect Corporate Buildings But Not to Stop Traffic Violence?
Jersey barriers should be used to save lives.