Who are we?
A group of families who have lost loved ones to a car crash. We came together to advocate for traffic safety and to stand together against all traffic violence.
Safe streets in which deaths caused by preventable traffic collisions do not exist.
We seek to raise traffic safety awareness through education , presentations and diverse activities that motivate the eradication of bad habits as users of the various sources of transportation.
AileenQ also supports and volunteers to the various organizations who advocate for traffic safety.
We promote and seek support from our communities toward the different initiatives which purpose is to make our streets safe and improve the transportation system for all users.
Safe Roads for Our Children;
Kids, the new generations are our motivation, and hope for a better future but ultimately we want to achieve safe streets for all.
The connotation (subtext) of the word "accident"is that there is no fault. While there are some faultless crashes, the fact it
is that roughly 93% of the crashes are the result of human error*. Using the
word "accident", implying that an incident is faultless, without
investigation being completed, is usually an inaccurate depiction of most
Crash is an accurate description of the physical incident,
crash does allude to causality or fault - it is neutral. Crashes are avoidable.People don't accidentally speed, or accidentally drink and drive or
accidentally use their cell phone. The use of the word "crash"encourages an evidence based approach.
AileenQ.org supports and volunteers for
WE ARE MEMBERS OF
San Francisco Bay Area Families for Safe
Streets (SFBA FSS) is a volunteer group of individuals who have personally
survived a severe traffic crash, or whose loved ones have been killed or
seriously injured in a traffic crash. Together, the SFBA
FSS members are committed to preventing these devastating crashes from
taking a toll on additional families.
Visit our webpage to learn about our work and support our calls to action
Help win support for AB 342, the Safe Streets Act, which will authorize San Francisco and San Jose to pilot safety cameras, a proven, cost-effective solution to reduce speeding and prevent crashes.
To save lives