District 6 residents will have an opportunity to participate in the WalkFirst Investment Strategy – a review of existing city crash data – by helping to collect community feedback, document findings, and analyze risk factors that cause pedestrian collisions at a focus group set for Monday, December 16 at 5:30 p.m. in Room 278 at City Hall.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is hoping to get as much community feedback as possible about how the City should prioritize funding for pedestrian safety improvements.
The meeting on December 16 will last about 90 minutes. Each participant will receive a $15 Clipper Card. If you are interested in helping out, please send an email to walkfirstSF@gmail.com.
WalkFirst has also launched an interactive online tool. Visit http://walkfirst.sfplanning.org/index.php/home to learn more about WalkFirst, pedestrian safety and to give your feedback about what the City should fund.