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Near-term measures to slow down vehicle traffic inside Golden Gate Park will soon be arriving.
A bicyclist was seriously injured in a collision with a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus on Market Street Wednesday night.
San Francisco police deployed extra units onto the streets this week to combat traffic accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists.
An elderly man struck by a San Francisco Municipal Railway cable car in the city's Russian Hill neighborhood Sunday has died.
A woman hit by a car in San Francisco's Excelsior District last week has since died of her injuries.
An elderly woman was struck and seriously injured by a vehicle at the southern edge of San Francisco's Outer Mission neighborhood Saturday evening.
San Francisco unveiled a first-of-its-kind intersection design at Ninth and Division streets.
One man has died after a hit-and-run collision in San Francisco's Westwood Highlands neighborhood this weekend.
Protected-parking bike lanes are coming to Seventh and Eighth streets as part of near-term improvements for both streets.
Nine new speed humps and a raised crosswalk inside the western portion of Golden Gate Park are now complete.
A pedestrian died Saturday night in a collision with a vehicle in San Francisco's Mission Dolores neighborhood.
San Francisco transit officials are making headway on one of Mayor Ed Lee’s directive to complete near-term bike and pedestrian safety improvements.
A group taking bike and pedestrian safety measures into its own hands was at it again this week.
Radio ads promoting the VIsion Zero agenda worth $45,000 have hit the Bay Area airwaves.
The SFMTA has agreed to a $3.25 million settlement involving a Muni bus colliding with and killing a bicyclist.
Bicyclist and pedestrian advocates called for action in the wake of the deaths of two cyclists on city streets.
A pedestrian was reportedly killed in San Francisco Friday morning.
Advocates are calling on changes on Market Street to make the streets safer for pedestrians after one pedestrian was fatally hit by a vehicle making a left turn last month.
Thu Phan, 38, was crossing the intersection of Market and…
A counter system has now tallied more than 1 million bike trips that were made this year on a main thoroughfare in San Francisco.
The Market Street bike counter has hit a milestone with more than one million bicyclists passing by.
Twenty-four projects designed to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety have been completed ahead of schedule.
Two blocks of Powell Street are closed to private vehicles for 18 months in an effort to make the street safer.
Police are stepping up enforcement around 10 San Francisco schools near dangerous corridors.
A mass of bicyclists blocked traffic during the first-ever "wiggle stop-in" on the popular bike route.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is pushing back against an anticipated crackdown on bicyclists who flout the rules of the road.
San Francisco has made progress toward improving pedestrian safety but has failed to meet goals for reducing deaths.
San Francisco tour bus drivers will soon have to keep quiet while driving.
Proposed legislation to ban tour drivers from narrating while driving is moving forward to the full Board of Supervisors.
The driver of a van who fatally struck 87-year-old Alfred Yee in a crosswalk in San Francisco's Richmond District has been arrested for felony vehicular manslaughter.
Blocks from two recent traffic deaths, Mayor Ed Lee highlighted improvements to pedestrian safety.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency unanimously approved a pedestrian and bicycle improvement plan Tuesday that will span 20 blocks of Polk Street.
The project drew dozens of San Francisco residents, including bicycle and pedestrian advocates supporting the project and…
Mayor Ed Lee announced Tuesday a new training program for drivers who operate large vehicles.
San Francisco officials will have to push for changes at the state level if they want a speed limit lower than 25 mph on City streets.
Legislation to prohibit tour bus drivers to narrate while driving was introduced by Supervisor Norman Yee.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will embark on a $6.6 million project to add pedestrian safety improvements and improve service reliability along the 71 Haight/Noriega corridor, SFMTA officials said Saturday.
CITY HALL — A rally called on city leaders to step up their pedestrian safety plans.