A More Livable San Francisco for All

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Complete Streets Initiative

Livable City is working to ensure that city streets, which cover over 25% of San Francisco’s land area, are designed and maintained as a safe and attractive public spaces that support walking, bicycling, and...

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Car-Free Living

Our culture’s reliance on the automobile has compromised our personal health, community cohesion, and the local and global environment. San Francisco’s compact and walkable scale, its dense, urbane, and mixed-use neighborhoods, and its extensive...

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A Livable Bay Area

Beyond the Sprawl Economy Sprawl has hit the wall. The unsustainable home mortgage market collided with unsustainable gasoline consumption in 2008. The lowest-density suburbs, furthest from the centers of commerce and culture, were generally...

On Mission Street in the Mission District, one of the distinctive neighborhoods in San Francisco.

Livable Neighborhoods Initiative

A livable San Francisco is a network of Livable Neighborhoods. Each neighborhood should have a distinct character, but each should be complete, supporting living, working, commerce, and culture. Livability Goals Advance Priority Transportation and...