How Is SFPD Doing on Vision Zero?

Ticketing people biking the Wiggle. Traffic Division conducting stings at 5th and Townsend. Vehicles parked in the bike lanes on Valencia and Market.

Two years ago, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) made a commitment to Vision Zero. Chief Greg Suhr promised to spend the department’s limited resources on enforcing the most dangerous behaviors on our streets to help the city achieve its goal of zero fatalities on our streets.

Where are they today?

As part of SFPD’s commitment to Vision Zero, the Police Commission receives a quarterly update on what progress has been made. Join us and be present to hear this report in person and speak up on April 6 in support of Vision Zero.

Police Commission on Vision Zero
Wednesday, April 6 from 5:30-7:00pm
City Hall, Room 400

We have just one question to ask: Why are people still being hit by cars and dying on our streets?

We know that Vision Zero can only be achieved if we all pitch in and do our work, and we know that we need SFPD, with the direction of their Commissioners, to meet their enforcement goals and use their resources wisely to make San Francisco’s streets safe for all users.

If you want stronger commitment from SFPD on Vision Zero, this meeting is a great opportunity for you to be heard. Be a part of the campaign for better, safer streets and join us on April 6.

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