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Tickets are now available for the 2013 #Peak2Peak ! 12+ miles. 10 peaks. This is no ordinary walk in the park.
Order your tickets via Eventbrite:
http://peak2peak2013.eventbrite.com/

See the city like never before! On Walk San Francisco’s Peak2Peak, you’ll discover hidden stairways, explore little-known pathways, and take in breathtaking views, while you support Walk SF’s work to create streets safer, and more walkable, livable neighborhoods throughout the city .
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How would you make Market street more walkable and livable?

See three designs and give feedback at final Public Workshops this week:

Wed, July 17
6 - 8:30pm
Parc 55 Hotel/4th Floor
(55 Cyril Magnin St at Market/5th)

Sat, July 20
10am - 12:30pm
Library, Koret Auditorium
(100 Larkin)

Pre-register at http://bettermarketstreetsf.org/
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Great stuff coming to Market Street someday. 
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Tonight, check out the design and let SFMTA know what you think about how this will improve pedestrian safety and Castro's walkability.

A New Castro Street: Community Open House
Tuesday, May 14 
7 – 9 p.m.
Market & Noe Center (2278 Market, between Noe and Sanchez)

Stop by to view the plans and illustrations of the new design, which includes much-needed wider sidewalks and pedestrian improvements.

For more information, visit http://castrostreetdesign.sfplanning.org/ or email nicholas.perry@sfgov.org.
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Join the fun on Friday, April 12 - Walk to Work Day - when you stop by one of the official Walk SF Hubs near you:

- Enter to win great prizes drawn at the Happy Hour
- Collect your “I walked to work” sticker to wear with pride
- Enjoy free/discounted coffee and more
- Pick up a pre-loaded Clipper card for a FREE ride home

For the most up to date list of hubs around the city, visit http://walk2workday.org/

Tweet the #walk2work hash tag or spot and share one of the Muni bus ads to enter other prize drawings in the lead up to Walk to Work Day
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Save the Date: April 12 is Walk to Work Day!!!

Get a FREE resource kit, updates on Hub locations near you and more at http://www.walksf.org/Walk2Work
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Great interview with Jeff Speck and discussion on walkability being the key to fix our city(ies):

"The reason we’re not making that much progress is that our cities...are being designed, street by street...and the biggest complaint you hear in American cities, day after day, is about traffic. You know, we’ve lost 3.2 million Americans to car crashes — 3.2 million — and that doesn’t seem to have any impact on our policy making."
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New York has Walk NYC, London has Legible London -- when will San Francisco get signs to help people find their way?

...and what should they look like?

Check out Walk SF's thoughts in this week's Walk About Town column: http://www.sfchronicle.com/outdoors/article/Walk-to-America-s-Cup-follow-signs-on-waterfront-4671190.php
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Did you know that last year over 960 people were hit by cars in S.F.? That's the largest number since the year 2000!

Streets that are dangerous by design need to be fixed, and without the typical red tape.

Read more at http://www.sfexaminer.com/sanfrancisco/pedestrian-safety-law-package-takes-step-ahead-in-sf/Content?oid=2350420

Photo by Mike Koozmin
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Happy #Walk2Work Day, San Francisco!
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On Friday, April 12, 2013, San Francisco is kicking off the nation’s first official Walk to Work Day!

Help everyone in your office, department, or company join the movement for safer streets, and a more walkable, livable city, by requesting a free employer toolkit.

On the morning of April 12, stop by one of the #Walk2Work  Day hubs, including Ritual Coffee Roasters on Octavia Street, +Philz Coffee on 24th Street, and Peet's Coffee and Tea at One California for commuter specials to help power your walk in
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Request an Employer ToolkitTo request a Walk to Work Day Employer Toolkit for your workplace, complete the form below
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The idea of removing the northern section of the 280 near Mission Bay is gaining more traction. 

Per Walk SF's Elizabeth Stampe: this would be "an exciting opportunity to re-orient our city around sustainable public transportation and create a more walkable city."
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Some good news for walking around Fisherman's Wharf!

Read about the pedestrian-friendly redesigns, construction of which has already begun:
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San Francisco's pedestrian advocacy organization
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Walk San Francisco promotes walking as a safe and sustainable form of transportation that increases our city’s livability, enhances public life, and improves public and environmental health. We seek to improve San Francisco’s walking environment through activism and policy advocacy that educates residents, city agencies, and elected officials regarding the need for more pedestrian-friendly streets.

Our goals are:

  • To ensure the design of a human-scaled, pedestrian-oriented city.
  • To promote community attitudes and government policies that favor walking.
  • To increase funding for pedestrian-friendly transportation planning and projects.
  • To reduce pedestrian deaths and injuries.
  • To increase walking in San Francisco by making it fun!
  • To make San Francisco the most walkable city in the United States.