While it's certainly no 19th Avenue, the intersection at Harrison and Main is closely turning into one of the city's most perilous places for pedestrian crossing. "We have multiple traffic estuaries throughout the neighborhood, dumping cars, trucks, buses and anything else with wheels onto our streets, and many of the drivers are not only distracted by technology, but confused by the lines drawn on the road," reports LiveSOMA. Enter Jamie Whitaker (AKA Rincon Hill SF) who captured what goes who at Harrison and Main on a regular basis during rush hour.

Yikes. Maybe the city will do something about this soon? What with Rincon Hill's increase in traffic, not to mention some cyclists' aggressive behavior toward pedestrians on sidewalks, the area could stand to be a bit safer for those of us who travel by foot.

What other intersection in San Francisco are areas of concern for pedestrians?