Mon, Apr 9, 2012 -- 9:00 AM
Bicycle SafetyDownload audio (MP3)
San Francisco prosecutors are deciding whether to file charges against a cyclist who recently struck a pedestrian in a fatal collision. While bike accidents leading to pedestrian fatalities are rare, this is the second such incident in the past year. With more and more cyclists taking to Bay Area streets, we take up the issue of bicycle safety.
Host: Michael Krasny
- Leah Shahum, executive director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
- Elizabeth Stampe, executive director of Walk San Francisco, a pedestrian advocacy organization
- Al Casciato, captain in San Francisco Police Department
- Bert Hill, chair of the Bicycle Advisory Committee, which considers bicycle transportation projects and policies and makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors and other SF city and county agencies
- Herbert Weiner, San Francisco resident who has gone before the SFMTA board to discuss his concerns about Muni, transportation issues and cyclists
- Bicyclists Collide With Pedestrians : from KQED's News Fix blog
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