Posts Tagged ‘traffic safety’
A few painted stripes for a few blocks on Fell is a huge step forward for bicycle safety in The City.
Antioch police have arrested a man who said he was driving a speeding SUV that struck and injured three people.
A car accident in the parking lot of a Daly City church left a six-year-old girl dead and two other pedestrians hospitalized.
A new report shows bicycling in San Francisco has exploded in recent years, yet our infrastructure still lags.
Masonic Avenue would become friendlier for pedestrians and bicyclists under a dramatic plan to remake the roadway.
After years of waiting, a movable barrier is set to be installed on the Golden Gate Bridge next year.
The City’s classic street signs are receiving a lowercase makeover sure to send your OCD into overdrive.
At least one driver has already been thoroughly confused by the new Duboce and Church bikeway.
SF police officers have been seen posted up at the somewhat sleepy corner of Octavia and Grove Streets trying to ticket bicyclists.
An accident early Wednesday morning on dangerous Barrett Avenue in Richmond killed a 28-year-old bicyclist.
State accident data is out for 2010, and it’s bad news for both pedestrians and bicyclists in San Francisco.
Caltrans has put the brakes on Sloat Boulevard traffic by adding a bike lane between 19th and Lakeshore Plaza.