Bike & Pedestrian Safety

Safe Routes to School

In December 2022, the City released their final draft Safe Routes to School Plan (Plan). The overall goal of this Plan is to make San Bruno a healthier, safer, more sustainable, and environmentally sound community, with improved air quality and less traffic congestion, by reducing the number of school-related automobile trips. The Plan is a collaboration between the City, 12 schools across San Bruno, and the community, and provides school specific summaries that describe existing conditions and a list of prioritized projects, in addition to training, resources, and customized support to schools. Once implemented, the Plan will benefit students via increased physical activity and associated wellness and learning outcomes, as well as concurrently benefitting students and the community via safety enhancements, reduced vehicle traffic, and reduced air pollution near schools.

For more information, visit our Safe Routes to School website

To read the final draft plan, visit here.

This Plan is being presented to City Council for adoption in February 2023.

Bike & Pedestrian Safety

In coordination with the City's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, the City is working to establish a bicycle and pedestrian network to promote safety, connectivity, efficiency, and convenience for alternative transportation modes. San Bruno's Walk 'n Bike Plan is a long-range planning document meant to guide the City's decisions about walking and biking for many years into the future. The main guiding objective of the Plan is to make walking and biking in San Bruno safer and easier for both transportation and recreation.

Bicyclist and PedestriansPedestrian Safety & Traffic-Calming Program

The program evaluates the traffic and pedestrian safety concerns, possible alternatives, and implements improvement projects to improve safety and enhance the livability of neighborhoods. Program activities include:

  • Traffic speed and volume studies
  • Speed limit evaluations
  • Education efforts
  • Police enforcement
  • Pedestrian warning systems installation
  • Parking restrictions
  • Parking studies
  • Minor traffic calming projects