People are working from home, resulting in one in five offices in San Francisco sitting empty. The Bay Area also has a housing crisis. Which has more and more people, including Governor Gavin Newsom, thinking it's time to look at converting some of that disused office space into housing.
"I have seen too many injuries on J.F.K., injuries that are totally preventable," he told the Board of Supervisors. "Since J.F.K. was closed to cars I've seen a substantial decrease in those injuries."
Regardless of whether someone drives, rides transit, bikes, or walks to the park, no visitor should ever be endangered by a selfish, entitled minority of wealthy motorists who prefer to use the park as a freeway.