Attention on SF\'s Most Dangerous Intersections
by SF Usual Suspects
May 14, 2019
So far this year, 13 pedestrians and cyclists have died on San Francisco streets. Now, advocates and politicians are starting to ask why can't these deaths be prevented. Supervisor Haney and the SFMTA are working to target the 13% of SF streets that see 75% of all injury collisions occur by proactively deploying resources on those streets, including rolling out signal timing changes this summer following a process to identify funding, design and implementation.