A San Francisco Municipal Railway light-rail vehicle struck a pedestrian near San Francisco State University on Monday night, police said.
This week, the most astonishing of sidewalk spitters caught my attention, not for his wanton disregard for the cleanliness of fellow pedestrians, but for his accuracy. This is my salute to an amazing bit of spit.
Oakland police are investigating a homicide where they say a man used a car as his weapon of choice when he ran over and killed his victim after an alleged argument.
A pedestrian was struck by a San Francisco Muni light-rail vehicle in the city’s Sunset District Wednesday afternoon.
An 18-year-old woman who was wearing headphones was killed Monday evening when she was struck by an Amtrak train in the vicinity of Hesperian Boulevard and Springlake Drive in San Leandro, police said.
A man struck by a car along the Great Highway in San Francisco Wednesday night is hospitalized with life threatening injuries, a Fire Department official said.
While San Francisco cracks down on dangerous drivers in an attempt to increase pedestrian safety, it may come as a surprise to some that the last minute dash some pedestrians make to cross a street can them some hefty fines as well.
Transit officials are fast tracking a plan to install traffic lights at one of San Francisco’s most dangerous intersections. Officials said installing traffic lights usually takes years and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Crews will begin installing traffic signals this week at an intersection on San Francisco’s Sunset Boulevard where an elderly man was fatally struck in February and two other pedestrian accidents have occurred this year.
Six people, including a pedestrian, were transported to the hospital with injuries Sunday afternoon after a driver ran a red light in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, a police sergeant said.