Walk SF

For Development Of Pedestrian Safety Policies

  • Amount
    $40,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    7/14/2014
  • Term
    14 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Strategies
Overview
Walk SF promotes walking as a safe and sustainable form of transportation, and seeks to improve San Francisco’s walking environment by educating residents, city agencies, and elected officials about the need for more pedestrian-friendly streets. During this grant period, Walk SF would focus on three primary strategies: (1) Vision Zero to redesign particularly unsafe streets and intersections to increase pedestrian safety and promote walking; (2) Green Connections, which would enable residents of low-income areas to walk to open space along corridors that are safe and inviting; and (3) Safe Routes to Schools, which continues to work on reducing speed limits to fifteen miles per hour around 181 San Francisco schools.
About the Grantee
Address
995 Market Street
Suite 1450
San Francisco, CA 94103-1720
Grants to this Grantee
for development of pedestrian safety policies  
Walk SF promotes walking as a safe and sustainable form of transportation, and seeks to improve San Francisco’s walking environment by educating residents, city agencies, and elected officials about the need for more pedestrian-friendly streets. During this grant period, Walk SF would focus on three primary strategies: (1) Vision Zero to redesign particularly unsafe streets and intersections to increase pedestrian safety and promote walking; (2) Green Connections, which would enable residents of low-income areas to walk to open space along corridors that are safe and inviting; and (3) Safe Routes to Schools, which continues to work on reducing speed limits to fifteen miles per hour around 181 San Francisco schools.

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