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San Francisco officials celebrated the completion on the second phase of the $551 million Moscone Convention Center expansion.
The responsibility of taking care of San Francisco’s thousands of street trees is now heading back to The City.
The San Francisco Superior Court announced Monday that it will furlough staff and cut office hours for clerk offices.
BART officials on Wednesday said the transit agency has completed installing security cameras on all of its train cars.
BART riders who buy magnetic paper tickets from station vending machines may want to start using a Clipper card.
Muni riders who have already purchased a monthly Muni Fast Pass for July may have noticed a bump in price.
The San Francisco Public Library is adding an additional day of service at nine library branches.
A San Francisco childcare advocate Friday called for a $10 million increase in the city's budget for early care and education to boost workers' wages and help more children get childcare.
BART is taking steps to crackdown on fare cheats who have costed the transit agency millions in lost revenue.
BART's Board of Directors can breathe a bit easier at least for the next fiscal year that begins on July 1.
San Francisco’s top transportation official is taking the blame for not spending enough funds from a voter-approved bond.
San Francisco officials will be working to close a projected two-year budget deficit of more than $287 million in this year's budget talks.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday put their support behind state legislation that would allow The City to place a local income measure on the ballot in 2018.
One option off the table for the BART budget staff to study is to raise the minimum fare.
A project to convert the Caltrain system from diesel fuel to electric power was derailed Saturday when a $650 million federal grant was held up.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will be ushering the New Year with higher Muni fares starting on Jan. 1, 2017.
Supervisors allocated $9 million toward a tuition-free City College for San Francisco residents, but Mayor Lee wants the funds to help only those students "unable to pay."
Underground storage tanks will soon get replaced at three San Francisco Muni facilities in order to meet state regulations.
Since Muni implemented new two-car N-Judah train shuttles last month in the Cole Valley neighborhood, some riders are no longer left stranded.
Proponents of a proposed tax on technology companies in San Francisco Tuesday said that they plan to collect signatures to place it on a future ballot.
San Francisco voters this November will get to decide if the mayor and the Board of Supervisors should split the responsibility of appointing SFMTA board members.
A stubbornly split Board of Supervisors split repeatedly along factional lines Tuesday.
In February, 113 Muni buses collided with vehicles or hit an object. In June, the number jumped to 173.
A proposed charter amendment could threaten the mayor’s appointment power over the Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors.
The annual state budget included nearly $3 million to complete the restoration of the Pacific Coast Immigration Center at Angel Island.
BART will seek voter approval in November for $3.5 billion in bonds to rebuild their aging infrastructure.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee today announced a $9.6 billion budget proposal for the next fiscal year that emphasized funding for homelessness services, police reform efforts and neighborhood services.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors today approved legislation intended to help keep contractors with poor track records from winning new city contracts
San Francisco voters are being asked to approve a charter amendment that would guarantee funding for city parks and recreation.
A hunger strike at San Francisco State University ended after students and faculty reached a deal that included additional funding for the College of Ethnic Studies.
SF State students will soon ride Muni and BART at a discount after approving a "Gator Pass" arrangement.
About 500 employees of the University of California at Berkeley are expected to lose their jobs during the next two years.
Union leaders and BART management lauded a proposed contract that would stem the possibility of strikes for the next five years.
The new cash premium fare is part of the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 operating budget approved Tuesday by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors.
Amid budget shortfalls, transit officials are considering enforcing parking meters after dark.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is inviting the public this month and in April to give public feedback on its preliminary two-year budget.