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The SFMTA received a key approval Tuesday to extract two tunnel-boring machines at the abandoned Pagoda Palace theater in North Beach.
Back-door boarding is proving to be a good idea, with complaints dropping and bus lines speeding up.
An elderly woman who was struck by a Muni bus on Saturday near Lake Merced has died from her injuries.
After reducing service during the last week in December, Muni is looking for other times of the year to do it again.
After two long years and numerous road blocks, SFMTA approved a pilot program to provide free rides to low-income youth.
Muni General Manager Ed Reiskin is ready to propose that Muni extend the Central Subway all the way up to Powell and Columbus.
One of Muni's quirkiest, least-frequent and most-scenic bus routes could be facing a major expansion.
A man carrying a bike into Van Ness Station was caught on video assaulting a Muni station agent simply doing his job.
A Muni rider who intervened in an argument was stabbed in the neck with scissors on the 6-Parnassus Saturday.
Friday morning commuters along Muni's K,L and M lines got a rude awakening at West Portal station.
Security analysts have created an Android app capable of cheating the Muni fare system by reloading limited-use cards.
Keep that transfer close. In a new strategy, Muni officials are saturating lines with fare inspectors across The City.
E-Embarcadero service last weekend made a strong case for adding the line permanently.
A man was acquitted of misdemeanor child abuse after a jury saw a Muni surveillance video showing no foul play.
Only a month after the SFMTA's backdoor boarding policy, Muni lines are standing around up to 16 percent less.
Forget switching to Geico. Save thousands each year by dumping the car and shifting to public transit.
Police say onlookers detained an alleged drunk driver after he crashed his Explorer into a cable car.
The new 83X Mid-Market "Twitter" Express has attracted a tepid 360 passengers per day since launching earlier this month.
Soon, relieved parents and toddlers will ride Muni with ease, while Caltrain riders will know how long to wait.
Boarding by any door is one step Muni is taking to sharpen its buses' and light rail trains' on-time performance.
It will be at least six months before new bathrooms are installed at Muni terminals to help drivers relieve themselves without delaying service.
They won't smell any better. But both BART and Muni will cost more to ride starting in July.
A proposal for low-income youth to ride Muni for free sounded great — but not to those who would foot the bill.
Muni is installing automated cameras with behavior recognition software that can analyze all movements to detect suspicious activity.
Snazzy new transit improvements around Church and Duboce are designed to make commutes in the area easier and safer.
It's not your imagination: More riders means Muni, BART and AC Transit are indeed more packed than last year.
I am all for SFMTA trying to bump up its revenue in any way other than hiking Muni fares any higher.
Ditch your iPod. Forget "This Other Eden." Muni riders have a new way to pass the time.
Muni now cancels about 40 bus runs a day instead of paying overtime to fill-in drivers.
Low-income youth will ride Muni for free starting in August, but Sunday drivers will need to feed parking meters to help pay for it.
It might sound like a joke, but the SFMTA says it is working to make slow transit and grueling wait times a thing of the past.
The MTA couldn't agree on a plan to offer free rides for kids that could cost taxpayers about $7 million.
The Golden Gate Bridge's less glamorous cousin has a big birthday coming up too.
When pigs get fat, they get slaughtered. When Muni gets too bloated for its budget, it gets a trim.
San Mateo County wants to take over Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica as soon as this fall.
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