Turns Onto Market Street Now Restricted

Starting on Tuesday, August 11th, the Safer Market Street Project was officially implemented, restricting private vehicles from turning onto Market Street between Third and Eighth Streets. The project is “intended to make the busy corridor safer to cyclists and pedestrians while facilitating smoother sailing for transit vehicles.”

San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim appeared at the unveiling of the project on Tuesday. “‘For many years, we’ve been hearing that people feel unsafe walking and biking there,” Kim said. ‘You’re getting a lot of drivers who aren’t yielding to bikes and pedestrians,’ but the turn restrictions aim to address that.” View the full article.


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Vision Zero SF

"About 30 people are killed and over 500 more are hospitalized each year while traveling on SF streets." These deaths and injuries are unacceptable and preventable.

Join the San Francisco Bay Area Families for Safe Streets, Walk San Francisco, and members of the Vision Zero Coalition today on World Day of Remembrance as we honor the memory of loved ones who have died in traffic-related collisions. #WDoR2018 #CrashNotAccident

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