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About the Project
In 2010, the Mayor issued Executive Directive 10-03, which calls on the City to reduce fatal and serious injuries to pedestrians by 25% by 2016 and 50% by 2021 (compared to a 2008 baseline). The directive also called for the development of a Pedestrian Strategy, which would examine current conditions and make recommendations for near- and long-term actions and funding sources to improve safety and walkability.
WalkFirst is a data-driven process that will prioritize 5 years of capital improvements to meet Pedestrian Strategy goals and make San Francisco a safer place to walk. This work builds on the WalkFirst existing conditions report, completed in September 2011.
- Public Outreach & Engagement - November/January 2013
- Technical Analysis - November/December 2013
- Pedestrian Safety Improvements Drafted - January 2014
- SFMTA Adopts List of Improvements - February 2014
- Funding for Pedestrian Safety Improvements - July 2014
This project is a partnership among City agencies, including the SFMTA, SF Planning Department, Department of Public Health and the Controller’s Office.
For more information or if you have questions on this project, contact:
Lily Langlois, Planning Department
Oliver Gajda, SFMTA
November 2013 to July 2014