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SF in line to lead the state with Vision Zero campaign

Last year, the 21 people killed while walking or biking in San Francisco represented the highest count since 2007, as noted a statement from the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and Walk San Francisco. In response, the SF Bicycle Coalition, WalkSF, and over twenty community groups are calling on the Board of Supervisors, the SFMTA and Mayor Ed Lee to follow New York’s lead adopt one of the most progressive road traffic safety projects in the world: Vision Zero. The Vision Zero initiative started in Sweden in 1997 (yes, we’re 17 years behind). Its basic premise? No loss of life is acceptable. The Swedish Vision Zero is based... Read more >>

  • November 10, 2014 Stop caring about auto congestion in environmental analysis, says OPR

    A new law changes a perverse aspect of the California Environmental Quality Act that required local agencies to consider delays to motor vehicles worse for the environment than negative impacts... Read more >>

  • October 31, 2014 Advice to Council submitted

    The California Bicycle Coalition has submitted two letters to the Strategic Growth Council with feedback on their proposed guidelines for administering the $130 million “Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities” grant... Read more >>

  • October 29, 2014 New GHSA Report Gets It Wrong

    A recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Association attracted a great deal of attention, but the way they present the data is misleading. The report implies that riding a... Read more >>

  • October 29, 2014 New GHSA Report Gets It Wrong

    A recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Association attracted a great deal of attention, but the way they present the data is misleading. The report implies that riding a... Read more >>

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