Better Know Your Masonic Trader Joe’s Jaywalkers – No Place to Hide – A Dangerous Habit

And then when you die, your mangled shopping cart or grocery bag (empty or full) will be evidence that you parked on the east side of Masonic in order to shop at the TJ’s* on the west side of Masonic.

Anyway, as you can see, there’s no place to hide.

30 MPH speed limit plus the curves plus the hill = dangerous

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Now, does SFGov care about this situation?

Not really.

Who’ll be the next TJ’s shopper to die?

*You know, Store #100, where former Mayor Gavin Newsom used to shop, wearing a suit(!), back when he was “in” “rehab,” sort of.

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2 Responses to “Better Know Your Masonic Trader Joe’s Jaywalkers – No Place to Hide – A Dangerous Habit”

  1. RMS says:

    I shop, as well as drive by hear almost on a daily basis–and it never ends. Cars hang u-turns, cross the double lines, pedestrians/shoppers run and sometimes slowly walk across to go to TJ’s without a thought. I actually drove by there at the time of the unfortunate death of that women. It’s exactly as you stated, the hill, the speed limit but people choose to take their chances because it’s more convenient than having to go into the parking lot or go the actual cross walk, they can’t be bothered–sad. Has Trader Joe’s made any comments or contributed any ideas on passing the message to their customers?

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Not that I know of.

    I think people realize it’s illegal but they don’t realize how dangerous it is.

    Homeowners in the area are inordinately powerful – that’s been the fundamental problem with TJ’s #100 going back to the mid-aughts…