This week, the Planning Commission will consider replacing the car-free block of Natoma Street, which is currently the longest pedestrianized block in SoMa.
Category: Action & Advocacy
Private cars and light trucks are the largest source of carbon emissions in California. Parking reform is part of the solution.
In March, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors declared a Climate Emergency, calling for “immediate and accelerated action to address the climate crisis.” We’re urging City government to walk its talk, and join a...
Vote for a more livable city in the Tuesday, November 5 San Francisco municipal election! Though the ballot may be short this year, there are still key issue to vote on, from housing to transportation.
San Francisco’s open streets program, Sunday Streets, returns to the Tenderloin and Civic Center on September 8 from 11am-4pm, transforming a neighborhood suffering from the city’s highest percentage of pedestrian fatalities into a safe, open space for all.
How do we move from business as usual, to green approaches, to system that is truly sustainable?