S.F. Moves To Ban Right Turns On Red


San Francisco has joined the movement to ban right turns on red:

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously supported a resolution to ban right on red at a recent regular meeting.

“This is another important step toward reducing traffic collisions and making our streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists,” said Supervisor Preston, who authored the bill. “We have a duty – especially to kids, seniors, persons with disabilities, and other vulnerable populations – to reach our Vision Zero goals and save lives as an urgent priority.”

To read the full story in Streetsblog, click here.




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2 Responses

  1. Andrew Ze says:

    Nice to know that even though the San Francisco’s crime rate is going through the roof; there are thousands living on the street, including using the sidewalks as their toilets; most of the downtown is boarded up due to businesses fleeing; stores that are still open have to lock up everything due to shoplifting; and people and businesses are fleeing the City and State, that San Francisco has it’s priorities right.

  2. Ken Gray says:


    Very good points.

    thank you


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