SFMTA: Painted Safety Zones

“You may have seen intersections on Howard, Polk and 6th streets with a khaki-colored painted area and flexible white posts that wrap around the sidewalk corner.

We call these new treatments “painted safety zones” – they’re cheap, effective and easy-to-implement, and make a big improvement for pedestrian safety.”

Ways that painted safety zones improve pedestrian safety:

  1. Creating more distance between turning vehicles and pedestrians waiting on the sidewalk
  2. Encouraging vehicles to turn more slowly
  3. Maintaining good visibility between drivers and people stepping into the crosswalk”

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Vision Zero SF

The Coffee Chat/Tea Talk fun continues tomorrow in District 6 at Boeddeker Clubhouse 🤗

Join us from 9 to 11am for an amazing opportunity to shape Vision Zero priorities for the coming years as the City works to develop the next Vision Zero Action Strategy 😍 Share your #SafeStreets ideas with us and SFMTA | San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency staff over a cup of coffee and/or tea🍵☕️💛

Keep an eye out for chats in your community: visionzerosf.org/events/

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