Vision Zero San Francisco - Page 3

Message from Mayor Lee policy Dear fellow San Franciscans, We know that any death on our streets is unacceptable, and that is why San Francisco is committed to eliminating traffic deaths on our streets by 2024 as part of Vision Zero SF Vision Zero SF is our City’s commitment . to prioritize safe streets and ensure all road users – whether you walk, bike, drive or ride the bus – are safe. evaluation Working together with the Board of Supervisors, numerous City Agencies and Departments along with our community and neighborhood leaders, we can end traffic fatalities on our streets. This year, we will complete safety treatments along at least 13 miles of the high injury street network in San Francisco. San Francisco is one of the most pedestrian and bicycle-friendly cities in America. Let's work together to make it the enforcement safest city in America for those activities as well. San Francisco is committed to building better and safer streets, educating the public on traffic safety, enforcing traffic laws, and prioritizing evaluation resources to implement effective initiatives that save lives. By working to equitably protect our most vulnerable road users, we strive to create a better culture for our residents, workers and visitors to prioritize traffic safety and reduce collisions that happen on our streets. Every day over a million people travel to work, school, to shop or socialize with family and friends in San Francisco. We are a growing City with more people on our streets than ever before. That means every one of us can help save lives by slowing down and being more mindful as we use our City’s streets. I have fully endorsed this Action Strategy, which reflects my belief that we can, and we must, provide safety for all road users. Safety is our top priority, and we are committed to working together to achieve Vision Zero in San Francisco. education Sincerely, policy Edwin M. Lee Mayor City and County of San Francisco 3 Vision Zero Two-Year Action Strategy 3