A large group of advocates for safer streets plan to ride bicycles on San Francisco's most dangerous streets in a silent memorial Wednesday evening.
About 30 bikers and scooter riders lined the bicycle lane on Howard between Seventh and Eighth streets Wednesday evening.
The pilot program begins in April when 250 pedal-assist e-bikes will be added to San Francisco's Ford GoBike network.
Starting Monday, a third rail car has been added to more morning and afternoon Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit commuter runs.
Autonomous delivery robots now have a chance to use some of San Francisco’s sidewalks under a new revised proposed ordinance.
Officials broke ground on new affordable housing that will include a 113-unit, mixed-use building in the Tenderloin
Bicycle "chop shop" legislation that drew strong opposition from both homeless and bicycle advocates will be reworked to reduce the role of police.
A collision on Thursday in Vallejo involving a truck and two bicyclists turned fatal today, police said.
Ford GoBike staged a news conference at Latham Square in downtown Oakland Tuesday morning to roll out the bike share program's expansion.
Jeff Sheehy’s legislation for a tougher stance on open-air bicycle “chop shops” passed the Land Use Committee.
Transit officials and other regional leaders marked the launch of an expanded regional bike share program Wednesday.
The Baker-Barry Tunnel, a primary route to the Marin Headlands, is closing for an extended preservation project starting Jan. 2.
Stanford University has banned hard alcohol at undergraduate parties and limited the size of bottles students are allowed to use in campus housing.
Caltrain will be replacing some of its trains with larger trains capable of accommodating more passengers — but fewer bicycles.
Bicyclist and pedestrian advocates called for action in the wake of the deaths of two cyclists on city streets.
Bike trips in San Francisco continues to climb as more people continue to use a bike to get around The City.
BART's hopes to get the first of their "fleet of the future" on tracks by the end of this year.
Marin County sheriff's deputies will start using LIDAR and radar devices in April to monitor the speed of bicycles and mountain bikes.
The Bay Area Bike Share program released the locations of 85 new stations with several hundred new bicycles in San Francisco and San Jose.
"Slow, cautious, rolling stops" should not be an enforcement priority, Supervisor Scott Wiener said Monday.
Muni will test its new three-bike racks on bus routes including those with hills and steep inclines.
Plans to add a pedestrian and bicycle pathway on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge are moving forward.
Two suspects were arrested Tuesday after the owner of a high-end Morgan Hill bicycle company reported the theft of two carbon fiber bikes worth about $44,000, including his British-engineered McLaren model, police said.
The family of a 24-year-old woman fatally struck by a truck while riding her bicycle was awarded $4 million by a San Francisco jury.
A jury found the driver of a big rig truck negligent for striking and killing 24-year-old Amelie Le Moullac last July.
A new California law effective Tuesday defines the safe distance between cars and bicycles at three feet.
The Marin County Sheriff's office on Sunday will display bicycles that are believed to have been stolen in Marin County.
A Kentfield woman suspected of participating in a bike theft ring was dismissed in court, as investigations continue.
Starting Nov. 1, bikes will be allowed on nearly all BART trains at all times.
A new report shows bicycle thefts outpace even iPhone thefts in San Francisco by a three to one margin.
Raised bicycle lanes are likely to replace 167 parking spaces along Masonic Avenue between Fell and Geary.
Commuters who want to take their bikes on BART trains will soon have fewer pesky restrictions to worry about.
SFPD is investigating how a bicyclist and a cement truck became entangled near AT&T Park Saturday morning.
At least one driver has already been thoroughly confused by the new Duboce and Church bikeway.
SF police officers have been seen posted up at the somewhat sleepy corner of Octavia and Grove Streets trying to ticket bicyclists.
Riding through the Fell and Oak corridor on a bicycle can be a terrifying experience.