Richmond Station Newsletter - July 12, 2018

San Francisco adopted Vision Zero in 2014 to build safer streets and eliminate traffic deaths. Pedestrians and cyclists are at a heightened risk of injury in speed-related crashes. Studies show that if a pedestrian is hit by a car traveling 40 mph there is an 80% chance the pedestrian will be killed, but if a driver strikes a pedestrian traveling 20 mph there is a 10% chance the pedestrian will be killed.

Most of the streets in the Richmond District have speed limits of 25 MPH. Slowing down could save someone’s life. Stop at stop signs , red lights, and remember to yield to pedestrian in crosswalks. Lets all do our part to keep pedestrians safe.

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