San Francisco, California Nov 1, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Welcome to San Francisco, where cyclists, pedestrians, and motorists are unfortunately bound to get entangled with each other. Where stop signs and intersections can be misleading, and it’s common to witness bad road etiquettes such as speeding, running lights, and distracted driving. “Safety First 2,” the mini-documentary, is centered on safety yet offers solutions– while showing the real-life consequences when two solid objects try to occupy the same space at the same time.
Most of “Safety First 2” was recorded from a driver’s point of view, captured on dash-cam. The YouTube and Vimeo release date is November 1, 2021. A limited amount of DVDs will be available on the official Safety First SF website.
A local transit operator founded “Safety First SF” as a way to help save lives. The overall need for safer roads, more signage, and altered intersections is vital.
Safety First SF urges the city with its new documentary to place a four-way stop in one San Francisco neighborhood and pedestrian warning lights in golden gate park. The project has exclusive aftermath footage of a cop vs. cyclist accident, a tragic pedestrian fatality, and the fast-thinking actions of a bus driver who prevented a car and bike accident.
Safety First SF / Eeon Jackson
P.O. Box 22337
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