I’m still catching up on posting some older work. These photos helped illustrate a CW Nevius article about the tenuous relationship that exists between pedestrians and cars on the busy streets of San Francisco and the city’s newly announced pedestrian safety program, WalkFirst. I went downtown to visited some particularly busy street corners that have a high percentage of pedestrian/vehicle accidents to try and capture some interactions. Didn’t see anything serious, thank goodness!
You can read the article here: Why are SF streets risky for pedestrians?