SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— On Tuesday, San Francisco tallied another pedestrian who was struck by a car and killed, this time in the city’s Sunset District. Just as that collision occurred, a San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency was meeting on pedestrian and bicyclist safety was underway in another part of town.
The agency adopted the SFMTA Board of Director-approved Vision Zero Policy to eliminate pedestrian and cyclist fatalities within a decade.READ MORE: COVID Reopening: SF Restaurants Get Set For Indoor Dining Under Red Tier
“People shouldn’t be getting hurt, let alone killed on our streets,” said San Francisco Director of Transportation Ed Reiskin.
The policy has three elements, which include; enforcement, education and engineering.READ MORE: SJ Volunteers Conducting Foot Patrols In Response To Rash Of Attacks On Asians