Join us for the next Focus Cities webinar!
DATE: Thursday, June 18, 2020
TIME: 10am - 11am PDT
In one-quarter square mile, the Tenderloin neighborhood in San Francisco is home to the city’s largest concentration of children, seniors, immigrants, and people of color. It is also the neighborhood with the highest concentration of traffic violence. In 2019, four out of eighteen traffic-related pedestrian fatalities occurred in this neighborhood. The residents, CBOs and transportation activists in the neighborhood joined together in the fall of 2018 to take a new approach to demand change in order to turn these streets from deathtraps to calmer, neighborhood streets.
Join us on Thursday, June 18, 2020, at 10 AM for a 1-hour live webinar to hear from three of the Tenderloin Traffic Safety Task Force members in how they engaged the city to listen, and get real change in traffic safety on the streets. Register now!
- Jodie Medeiros, Executive Director, Walk San Francisco
- Evan Oravec, Community Organizer, Central City S.R.O. Collaborative
- Jennifer Molina, Senior Transportation Planner, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)
Hosted by UC Berkeley SafeTREC & California Walks, as part of the Focus Cities program.
(Photo credit: Tenderloin Traffic Safety Task Force)