San Francisco may consider cutting speed limits to 20 miles per hour

On Tuesday, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) voted on a resolution to set maximum speed limits to 20 miles per hour citywide.

Now it’s up to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to consider whether to pursue it as legislation.

The plan, proposed by committee member Jon Winston earlier this year, stems from concerns about the number of driver-related deaths in San Francisco, according to ABC 7.