All Bay, All Day
Bus shuttles are substituting for San Francisco cable cars in some San Francisco neighborhoods Sunday because of a private construction project.
Another left turn on Van Ness Avenue will get permanently removed Friday by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
San Francisco transportation officials got a taste of what it is like riding inside an all-electric bus.
The Berkeley City Council at its meeting Tuesday will consider a proposal to ask City Manager Dee Williams-Ridley to develop a plan to create a "vehicle dweller park" for homeless people that would be similar to an RV park.
Another NBA championship. Another parade in Oakland, this one Tuesday, with no rally afterward.
Upgrades to the Interstate Highway 680/state Highway 4 interchange in Pacheco, considered a bottleneck for traffic in Contra Costa County, are closer to reality.
Thousands will descend on “Hippie Hill” Friday to take a puff, a few puffs, or many, many puffs of marijuana.
BART officials are seeking the public’s input on the type of bus service they would like to see when the transit system has to begin an hour later each morning.
Crews begin work this weekend in preparation for major work inside the the 2.7-mile-long Twin Peaks Tunnel.
All San Francisco Muni buses throughout The City pulled out late from bus yards for service due to the radio communications system failing.
A plan is moving forward to extend a parking protected bike lane on Eighth Street.
San Francisco transit officials have plans to lengthen an existing Muni platform in front of the coming Chase Arena.
From morning to evening, Wednesday's commute on Valentine's Day in the Muni Metro was not so lovely.
The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District and the city of Berkeley on Thursday announced the completion of a dedicated public transit-only lane on Bancroft Way.
If approved, the increases would balloon the peak hour toll on the Bay Bridge to $9 by 2025.
Five charter buses carrying tech workers had windows damaged Tuesday while driving on Interstate Highway 280.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority has unveiled a new, free mobile payment app called EZfare.
A San Francisco city employee who struck and killed a woman in a wheelchair on Market Street nearly two years ago is set to stand trial this week.
At a City Hall press conference, acting Mayor London Breed said Ed Lee led a life of service cut short far too soon.
San Francisco's Market Street is closed between Eighth and Ninth streets Wednesday afternoon because of a collision involving two Municipal Railway vehicles.
A gas leak that caused an explosion Monday morning was resolved and evacuated residents were allowed to return to the area.
Drivers familiar with the traffic nightmare on Van Ness Avenue should note traffic lanes will shift to the median starting Thursday.
The cause of a crash involving two Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District buses that injured five people in San Francisco Wednesday morning remains under investigation..
Bus shuttles will serve the California Cable Car line later this month so that the line’s gearbox can be repaired.
Four arrests have been made in an investigation of a recent series of strong-arm robberies on San Francisco Muni buses.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board is set to vote Tuesday on a bus rapid transit project on Geary from Market to 34th Avenue.
The San Jose City Council passed an agreement Tuesday evening that will enter the city into exclusive talks with Google over a 6 million-square-foot office and retail complex.
The city of San Jose has begun talks with search giant Google about 6 million-square-foot of office space on the western edge of downtown.
The SFMTA board may extend the contract with NextBus Inc. for at least one more year, possibly longer.
PG&E restored electricity service just after 5 p.m. to all customers affected by a sprawling power outage.
The six winners in the Oakland Public Library's contest to design a new library card were announced at a ceremony at the main library on Wednesday night.
A popular street for pedestrians, bicyclists and even tour buses in San Francisco’s Richmond District to get to and from Golden Gate Park may soon see changes.
A new report shows the average speed for Muni’s motor coaches is 8.1 miles per hour – the slowest among 16 U.S. cities.
Golden Gate Ferry will begin commute service between Tiburon and San Francisco starting March 6.
San Francisco's Muni buses will soon be equipped with a new radio system that moves the transit system into the digital world.
Opponents of a plan to create separated bus-only lanes through much of the busy Geary corridor have filed a lawsuit seeking to block it from moving forward.