BART officials are asking riders what they would they like to see at an upgraded Powell station.
The SFMTA has approved a plan to overhaul much of San Francisco's transit system.
While other urban colleges have negotiated free or reduced student passes, SF State students pay full price.
BART management and unions have fired up negotiations again as a Monday deadline lurks just days away.
Commuters who want to take their bikes on BART trains will soon have fewer pesky restrictions to worry about.
The City is proposing 35 bike-sharing stations downtown along Market to start a trial of the long-awaited plan this summer.
BART is launching another test run to determine if it will allow bikes on trains during rush hours. Bikers rejoice.
Security analysts have created an Android app capable of cheating the Muni fare system by reloading limited-use cards.
A nice chunk of BART's surplus is being hurled toward their ongoing battle with pigeons and pigeon poop.
Forget switching to Geico. Save thousands each year by dumping the car and shifting to public transit.
They won't smell any better. But both BART and Muni will cost more to ride starting in July.
Caltrain is enjoying a period of financial comfort. So the transit system should be chugging towards a bright future, right? Sadly, wrong.
It's not your imagination: More riders means Muni, BART and AC Transit are indeed more packed than last year.
Muni now cancels about 40 bus runs a day instead of paying overtime to fill-in drivers.
A man who blew jazz standards for years to commuters in the Financial District has been arrested in connection with his ex-wife's murder in 1987.
The stripped-down bicycle carcass is popping up at suburban Bart stations more and more now.
One of the first payoffs from our rich America's Cup uncles arrives this summer, when Muni fires up a new streetcar line.
BART has its checkbook out and is set to drop $1 billion for 260 new rail cars this May.
George Lucas could go from Lucas Valley to 4th and King, then transfer and arrive at Facebook in Menlo Park for an early lunch.
As your Muni train creeps this morning, close your eyes and dream your ride was 25 percent faster. Or cleaner. Then open them, and face reality.
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