We fight for car-free spaces, transit equity, and the end of car dominance. People, community, and park space must be prioritized over polluting, dangerous & murderous vehicles.
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- Check out our calendar & see what we're up to.
- Show up to an action! Or, organize your own action and let us know!
– The San Francisco Chronicle
We regularly protest the city's thoughtless reopening of the Upper Great Highway to cars by slowing traffic to show just how unnecessary of a route this road is. Drivers can save time and give the Sunset District a beautiful world-class oceanside park by simply taking Sunset Bvld or 19th Ave, neither of which are limited-access and vulnerable.
While the Upper Great Highway brought us together, our goals do not end there. We also have done actions on Valencia and Polk, helped win the JFK Promenade, and bring attention to needless car violence wherever it occurs. We intend to grow to the point where we can make a city for people to safely walk, bike and take public transit, not a city dominated by cars, and we hope you will join us in reaching this goal.
The last half-century has been a failed experiment with car dominance. They bankrupt our cities, ruin our environment, and force working people to sacrifice an unacceptable amount of their income to pay for basic transpiration. It is time to end car dependence and rethink our streets around public transit, walking and bikes.
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