Walk to school or bike to school?
The city's Walk to School Day http://www.sfwalktoschool.com/ for the SF Bicycle Coalition inevitably morphs into "an amazing opportunity to increase the number of kids who get to school by bike and foot." (emphasis added)
Walk to School Day at schools all over SF
The SF Bicycle Coalition held a special rally and celebration in honor of Walk to School Day and the official launch of SF's new Safe Routes to School Program on Wed., Oct. 7th at Longfellow Elementary (755 Morse St.). The SF Bicycle Coalition is thrilled to be partnering with the SF Dept. of Public Health, SF Unified School District, SF Police Department, and SF Municipal Transportation Agency to launch the Safe Routes to School Program at five elementary schools: Bryant (Mission District), George Washington Carver (Bayview), Longfellow (Excelsior), Sunnyside (Sunnyside), Sunset (Outer Sunset). 68% of the students at these schools live within one mile, so there's an amazing opportunity to increase the number of kids who get to school by bike and foot. Walk to School Day was Wed., Oct. 7th at various San Francisco Schools.
More at: sfwalktoschool.com.