Traffic Cones Stop Autonomous Vehicles in San Francisco in Protest

In protest of the bad affects of nonvenomous vehicles services in San Francisco a group named @safestreetrebel is requesting residents to place cones on the hood of vehicles stopping them.

“So what’s the deal with self driving cars all over San Francisco?. These companies promise their cars will reduce traffic and collisions. But instead they block buses, emergency vehicles and everyday traffic. The person and their partner fleets are great everyone all the time without any. And most importantly, they require streets that are designed for cars, not people or for profit companies to stay dominant and make a part of our transit to stay afloat.

But we can do something about it. First, find the cone. They’re everywhere. Then gently place it on the cars hood. Make sure their car is unoccupied and repeat. It’s really fun and anyone can do it.

There is a  way to comment on July 13. There’s a state hearing for these companies to expand operations in San Franciso. Hell no we do not consent to this. Tell these companies what you think the morning public comment

They request comments at

They Tweet,” There’s also no accountability when AVs block buses or first responders, and unlike human drivers can’t get ticketed for moving violations. And they refuse to share data with the public about incidents- forcing the city to scrape this dumb website to get an estimate.”

These cars are recording everyone without our consent- Cruise gives SFPD camera footage. Lives are saved when we remove the car, not just the driver. The lengths VCs and the auto industry will go to preserve & expand car dominance are shameless & unacceptable.

Cruise and Waymo do not deserve our trust. Why go through all this when we can just fund & expand public transit and paratransit like other cities?

There’s also no accountability when they block buses or first responders, and unlike human drivers can’t get ticketed for moving violations. And they refuse to share data with the public about incidents- forcing the city to scrape this dumb website to get an estimate.

The CPUC welcomes public comment at its business meetings. The public comment rules outlined in Resolution ALJ-412, Adopting Rules For Public Comment At Business Meetings, enable Californians to exercise their right to be heard by the CPUC, and to allow the CPUC to conduct business in a timely manner. Pursuant to Resolution ALJ-412, the Public Advisor’s Office is providing the following rules and guidelines that apply to public comment at the CPUC’s Voting Meetings.

To attend CPUC Voting Meeting in-person

Location: CPUC Auditorium, 505 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102

To watch CPUC public meetings only (no public comment)


  • Participants will have audio and video but will not be able to make comments or ask questions. To make comments or ask questions, please join via the phone line.
  • For captions, after clicking on the name of the meeting, click the green button below the video. Then select captions by clicking on the white icon next to the word “live” at the bottom of the video.
  • The webcast will also be recorded and archived for future viewing.
To make a public comment by speaking

If you would like to speak during the public comment period at the start of the meeting, you may comment in-person or participate by phone. We encourage you to call in or sign-up by 11 a.m. however you may make a public comment until the public comment period has ended. Reminder: parties to a proceeding cannot speak to issues related to the proceeding to which they are a party, nor can the public comment on matters outside the CPUC’s jurisdiction or on adjudicatory matters.

Phone line:

  • English Phone: 1-800-857-1917, passcode: 9899501#
  • Spanish Phone: 1-800-857-1917, passcode: 3799627#


  • If you are attending in-person and wish to make a public comment, please sign-up at the Public Advisor’s table.
  • To make a comment by phone, dial 1-800-857-1917 and enter the passcode for the English or Spanish phone line, as indicated above. To make a public comment, unmute your phone, and press *1 (star one) when prompted by the operator. Once you press *1 you will be prompted to state your name and/or organization, please do so slowly and clearly. The operator will call on you when it is your turn to speak.
  • Wait times depend on the number of speakers in the public comment queue. During times of high call volumes, wait times will be long.The operator will call on you when it is your turn to speak.
  • Each speaker will have 1 minute to speak. Commenters requiring a translator will have at least twice the amount of time allotted to English speakers.
  • The President of the Commission maintains discretion on individual speaker time allocations, depending on the number of speakers. A speaker may not cede time to another speaker.
  • In-person comments will generally be taken first, and the order of speakers will generally be based on the order in which speakers sign-up or call-in. The President of the Commission maintains the discretion to alter the order of speakers.
  • At the end of Public Comment Session, the CPUC’s President will ask if there any additional individuals who wish to speak. Anyone who has already made a public comment may not comment again at the same meeting.

If you experience difficulty calling into the Public Comment line, please send an email to or call (415) 703-1496.

To make a public comment in writing

The CPUC also welcomes your written comments. Written comments on a specific proceeding can be submitted via the CPUC’s docket card. Please visit, input the proceeding number, then click on the public comment tab. You can also visit the Public Advisor’s Office webpage at for further information.