Maps & Data

Safety is our top priority

Vision Zero SF adopts a data-driven approach to safety, following the models of the San Francisco Pedestrian Strategy and the WalkFirst program. By using over half a decade of information collected by police officers, engineers and health officials, San Francisco has the ability to identify trends and patterns within the complexity of our city. The Department of Public Health has created multiple websites that allow all residents, staff and advocates to access the information in usable ways, ensuring transparency and accountability throughout the planning process.

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Cover image from the SF Pedestrian Strategy Document.


Pedestrian Strategy: The City’s guide to increasing livability and vibrancy on our streets by adopting a citywide approach to reducing severe and fatal pedestrian collisions by 50% by 2021.

Cover image from the SFMTA Bicycle Strategy document.


Bicycle Strategy: The SFMTA 2013-2018 Bicycle Strategy sets new directions and policy targets to make bicycling a part of everyday life in San Francisco.

Muni bus picking up passenders.


Coming soon.

Person driving an automobile.


Coming soon.


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