Despite San Francisco's efforts to improve pedestrian safety, the number of fatalities in the city is on pace to surpass those of 2010 and 2011, and there continue to be some 800 pedestrian collisions annually. A recent article by transportation reporter Zusha Elinson looks at measures the city has implemented to reduce these types of incidents. It also features a map detailing the locations of 2012 pedestrian fatalities. So far, 10 people have died.
Elinson and the #BayBridges team want to hear from you. Do you feel safe as a pedestrian or driver in San Francisco? What do the city and its residents need to do to make the streets safer for everyone? Or is everything fine as is? Click here to share your insights.