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Pedestrian Safety Media Toolkit

The SF Department of Public Health released a publication giving detailed instructions to advocates on how to work with the media to improve pedestrian safety.  

  1. Table of Contents.
  2. Introduction.
  3. How to Write a Press Release and Advisory.
  4. How to Improve Pedestrian Safety in SF through Media Advocacy.
  5. San Francisco Media Contact List.
  6. Fact Sheet on Pedestrian Injury.
  7. Talking Points on Pedestrian Injury.
  8. List of Spokespeople.
  9. Maps of Pedestrian Injury in SF Neighborhoods.
  10. SF Profile of Injury chapter on motor vehicle and traffic-related injuries.
  11. Brochures:

How to Improve Pedestrian Safety in San Francisco

A Handbook for Advocates

The SF Department of Public Health released a booklet giving detailed instructions to advocates on how to improve pedestrian safety through community organizing, educational campaigns, and media advocacy.

Click here to download the full How to Improve Pedestrian Safety in San Francisco - A Handbook for Advocates booklet.

Click here to download the chapter on Community Organizing only.

Click here to download the chapter on Educational Campaigns only.

Click here to download the chapter on Media Advocacy only.


Why Risk It?  Pedestrian Safety Flyer

The American Automobile Association, the SF Department of Public Health, the San Francisco Injury Center, and Walk San Francisco developed a flyer educating drivers of the costs of tickets related to not yielding the right of way to pedestrians.  Click here for the Why Risk It? flyer in Chinese, English,Russian and Spanish