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San Francisco plans for pedestrian safety
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A plan to make San Francisco streets safe for pedestrians and cyclists is being presented to city transit and parking officials on Monday.
The plan is called Vision Zero and has a goal of eliminating traffic deaths in San Francisco in the next 10 years.
A coalition of community groups wants the city to focus on enforcing traffic laws and to invest in training and education programs for all road users.
Since New Year's Eve, three people in the city have been killed in crosswalks.
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