The SFMTA is not just focused on public transit. Safety for bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorists is a top priority. We promote an attractive and safe transportation experience for all.
Promoting Safety and Transit
The Pedestrian Program envisions San Francisco as becoming the most walkable city in the Country and World. Its mission is to promote walking as a sustainable and healthy mode of transportation and to reduce pedestrian collisions in San Francisco.
The Traffic Calming Program seeks to make San Francisco safer and more comfortable for pedestrians, children, bicyclists, and motorists by designing our streets to encourage slower speeds.
The Bicycle Program's vision is to make San Francisco the North American city with the highest per-capita bicycle use and to have a continually improving bicycle network that is safe and convenient for everyone who chooses to bicycle for transportation and recreation.
The School Area Safety Program strives to make streets near San Francisco’s public and private schools safer for walking, bicycling and public transportation.
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Livable Streets services are provided by the Sustainable Streets Division of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). Copyright © 2000-2013 SFMTA. All rights reserved. Updated March 29, 2013