Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Pedestrian Safety II

Relatives visiting from GB and NZ like to spend the day exploring the city on foot. SF is small enough that with a comfortable pair of walking shoes you can do that.

But I worry when I see tourists walking on the shoulder of Alexander Ave. from Vista Point (north end of the GG Bridge) down into Sausalito. Cars travel down there at 45mph. It's not a safe or pleasant walk. The National Park Service should post signs with a map of the pedestrian route through Fort Baker and the Discovery museum. That's a nice walk with great views of the entire bay.

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