Posts Tagged ‘SFMTA’
The City is proposing 35 bike-sharing stations downtown along Market to start a trial of the long-awaited plan this summer.
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.
Despite the influx of ridesharing services and the taxi industry’s uncertain fate, the City approved a plan to bring in more taxis.
San Francisco’s vibrant bicycling community is about to get some real-time validation.
San Francisco needs more taxis if it wants to prevent residents from choosing car services such as Uber, Lyft and SideCar.
Plans are taking shape to rehabilitate colorful, historic streetcars now running on Muni’s F-Line.
As Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber continue to take over The City, SFMTA doesn’t want to get left behind.
After a year-and-a-half delay and only 350 bikes, Supervisor Wiener is disappointed by the bike-share program’s slow progress.
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 launched its 16-month, $8.5 million pilot program today offering free Muni rides to low-income kids.
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.