Muni is starting a 15-year process of replacing its 151 Breda light rail vehicles.
A project to speed up Muni buses on Van Ness Avenue is finally gaining momentum.
Riding a rollercoaster to Los Angeles may not be universally popular.
Residents who live near The City’s famous Painted Ladies are sick and tired of tour buses.
The National Park Service thinks it’s high time the roads that lead to Point Reyes get brought up to par.
Governor Jerry Brown’s intervention will prevent another BART strike for one more week.
A bicyclist who hit and killed an elderly man as he walked through a crosswalk will avoid any jail time in a plea deal.
A Palo Alto man is dead and his wife hospitalized after their small plane crashed after taking off from Lake Tahoe Airport.
Union reps and BART resumed contract talks Thursday, but it doesn’t appear things are off to a friendly start.
Federal investigators say no one in the cockpit of Flight 214 mentioned air speed until nine seconds before impact.
NTSB chair Deborah Hersman described a nightmare landing for all on board Asiana Flight 214.
Investigators hope interviews with the pilots of Asiana Flight 214 will explain why the Boeing 777 was going so slow when it crashed.
A 62-year-old Bay Area man was convicted of endangering the safety of an aircraft by trying to ship hazardous materials.
BART trains are rolling again, but managers and union officials acknowledge they’re still far apart in reaching a labor deal
Legions of harried commuters will get a Fourth of July break, but revelers seeking fireworks may be stymied by traffic.
BART managers and labor leaders are back to the bargaining table but with little hope of an imminent deal.
AC Transit and ferries eased some of the pain, but Bay Area roadways bore the brunt on Day 1 of the BART strike.
A new campaign aims to bring breast cancer awareness to the streets via specialty pink license plates.
People who use BART to get to work should enjoy their weekend, because Monday morning may be a horrible commute.
Raised bicycle lanes are likely to replace 167 parking spaces along Masonic Avenue between Fell and Geary.
Local air quality and transit officials are set to launch a $7 million bike-sharing program in August.
Lawmakers have found a way to honor former S.F. mayor and assembly speaker Willie Brown.
One key to safer streets in San Francisco is stiffer enforcement of bicycle traffic laws, according to a civil grand jury.
People who had their cars illegally towed by a Redwood City towing company are a step closer to being reimbursed.
It’s not your imagination if you’ve noticed more delays and slowdowns on Muni Metro trains.
New shipping lanes have been mandated in order to avoid fatal collisions between whales and sea vessels.
Muni “meltdowns” are costing San Francisco’s economy millions of dollars a month.
A new people-powered transportation choice has gotten approval to roll into San Francisco neighborhoods.
Commuters who want to take their bikes on BART trains will soon have fewer pesky restrictions to worry about.
A congestion fee for downtown drivers could reduce congestion, improve safety and avoid perpetual gridlock.
New proposal addresses handicap placard fraud by making all drivers pay for parking.
Car-sharing companies could soon be set aside up to 300 street parking spaces in San Francisco.
San Francisco’s transportation director is thinking about population growth in The City over the next few decades.
Millions in tolls thought owed by government agencies turned out to be figments of a flawed system.
Frustration continues to mount over plans to add parking meters in select San Francisco neighborhoods.
Unruly BART passengers might want to shape up or face a ban of up to a year on the transit system.
The City is proposing 35 bike-sharing stations downtown along Market to start a trial of the long-awaited plan this summer.
BART’s new crowd meter lets you see how likely it is you’ll be packed in like sardines during your next morning commute.
Muni’s Central Subway lurches forward this week as its first tunnel boring machine arrives in The City.
The SFMTA unveiled the first of 80 diesel buses being rehabilitated with updated graffiti-resistant interiors and other amenities.
San Francisco’s vibrant bicycling community is about to get some real-time validation.
When the mechanical engineering of yesteryear meets the mayhem of today’s gridlock, accidents are bound to follow.
After years of expensive commutes, SFO employees may finally be left with a little extra change in their pockets.
San Francisco needs more taxis if it wants to prevent residents from choosing car services such as Uber, Lyft and SideCar.
It only took 76 years to conceive of and complete the twin tunnels that replaced the dangerous old Highway 1 at Devil’s Slide.
As Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber continue to take over The City, SFMTA doesn’t want to get left behind.
BART’s busting open its doors all week to allow bikes on board as part of their second pilot program.
With costs going through the fancy glass roof, the Transbay Transit Center may shift its exterior design to cheaper aluminum.
After a year-and-a-half delay and only 350 bikes, Supervisor Wiener is disappointed by the bike-share program’s slow progress.
After being fined a whopping 295 times, Fairfield’s outsourced transportation leaves something to be desired.
The Bay Bridge has rarely outshined its famous safety orange cousin. Tuesday night was one of those times.
The Bay Area edged other areas in “mega-commuters,” people who slog more than 90 minutes and 50 miles to work.
Drivers who park near AT&T Park in the evening will need to start feeding their parking meter up to $7 per hour.
The SFMTA received a key approval Tuesday to extract two tunnel-boring machines at the abandoned Pagoda Palace theater in North Beach.
Proposed bike and pedestrian improvements to Polk Street have businesses and residents worrying about losing parking spaces.
Back-door boarding is proving to be a good idea, with complaints dropping and bus lines speeding up.
The SFMTA has reached a deal to extract Central Subway tunnel boring machines at the site of the dilapidated Pagoda Palace.
After years of scrambling for funding, it looks like San Francisco has slammed the brakes on its electric taxi initiative.
As if San Francisco housing and gas prices weren’t enough, BART officials proposed fare and parking increases this week.
Pull out your wallets, California. Gas prices have jumped 45 cents in the last month alone.
SFPD is investigating how a bicyclist and a cement truck became entangled near AT&T Park Saturday morning.
While the greater Bay Area was busy Kaepernicking last week. ride-sharing service Lyft achieved two milestones.
The City is pushing a bill for more car-share parking, while environmental groups like the Sierra Club are pushing back.
While the new Bay Bridge bike path is exciting, it only gets you halfway across the bay from Oakland to Treasure Island.
The days of digging out cash and stopping at the Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza will soon be over.
Could California’s high-speed rail project become train in vain?
SFMTA slaps a hefty $200 million price tag on their ambitious new bike plans.
Pictures of bicycles recovered from a prolific accused bike thief have been posted online to help their owners find them.
A $31 million security system would train digital eyes on every cranny and nook of the new Bay Bridge span.
After reducing service during the last week in December, Muni is looking for other times of the year to do it again.
Rider complaints about San Francisco’s 1,500 licensed taxicabs are up more than 13 percent from last year.