The Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) is the official public representative to the Board of Supervisors on pedestrian issues.  It meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to review City plans and projects and to research potential improvements to the pedestrian environment.  The public is encouraged to attend.

It is in the public interest to officially recognize walking as an important component of our transportation system, and as a key component to creating livable and suitable communities. As Section 5.20 of the San Francisco Municipal Code Administrative Code states, the Board of Supervisors seeks to develop and implement focused policies that encourage pedestrian safety, education, and convenience in transportation and city planning.  The Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee, composed of concerned and informed residents, was established to provide insight into issues concerning pedestrian safety, convenience, ambiance, and planning.