Police are investigating a fatal collision involving a motorcycle in San Francisco's Japantown Wednesday night.
Near-term measures to slow down vehicle traffic inside Golden Gate Park will soon be arriving.
Caltrans was told on Sunday about a detour sign in Napa that was hacked or changed to read something hateful, a Caltrans spokesman said Friday.
Cal Fire officials are urging the public to be cautious about the increased danger of fire during this Memorial Day weekend.
San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim is calling for the city to consider imposing a fee on trips using ridesharing companies such as Uber and Lyft to help pay for congestion management efforts.
Kim Tuesday called for the city attorney’s office…
San Francisco is in the process of bringing 22 city-owned garages into the 21st century.
Transportation network company Uber sued San Francisco this week over an attempt by The City's tax collector to obtain the names of drivers.
The most recognizable taxi operator in San Francisco, Yellow Cab Co-Op, has been bought competitor Big Dog for $810,000.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a landmark transportation investment package that, if approved by state lawmakers, will funnel billions of dollars in funding to transportation infrastructure.
Four people were cited and their vehicles were impounded for reckless driving in Fairfield on Monday.
Three people suffered minor injuries after a big rig they were riding in flew off of a highway in San Francisco.
San Francisco is testing new electronic signs along Third Street in hopes of preventing drivers from making illegal left turns.
A residential roadway in Greenbrae is partially closed because of a mudslide.
A stretch of road in San Francisco's Glen Park neighborhood is closed through Friday evening due to a rockslide.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will begin work on Monday, Jan. 23, weather permitting.
Drivers visiting Dolores Street between 14th and 18th can legally park in the median during selected hours.
AAA will offer free rides and tows on New Year's Eve to help prevent drunk driving on the holiday.
Police in the Bay Area have stepped up DUI enforcement for the holidays, implementing checkpoints in locations prone to DUI collisions and arrests.
State regulators Thursday ordered ride-booking firm Uber to stop operating self-driving vehicles on San Francisco city streets.
A 17-year-old driver died Friday evening when his car collided with another car in South San Jose.
More rain is headed to the Bay Area overnight Friday night and into Saturday, with the greatest concentrations expected along the coastal mountains and in the North Bay.
An infant who was born after a vehicle collision in Vallejo on Wednesday morning is expected to survive.
A cyclist advocacy group is demanding changes to an Interstate Highway 880 interchange in Hayward where two people have died in the past 20 months.
A bill by state Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, was signed into law Wednesday and will soon require certain convicted drunk drivers to install an ignition interlock device.
Contentious changes along Muni’s L-Taraval route could get decided Tuesday.
Drivers throughout the Bay Area are being cautioned to drive carefully because moderate to heavy drizzle forecast for Monday evening through Tuesday morning.
Two rollover collisions resulted in injuries and traffic jams when they occurred within roughly half an hour of each other.
San Francisco transit officials will proceed with developing a 12-month pilot to allow median parking on Dolores Street.
Transit officials want to clear up confusion surrounding drivers parking next to the median in the middle of the road on Dolores Street.
Police arrested a man Thursday in connection with crimes allegedly committed during a sideshow earlier this month in San Francisco's Candlestick Point.
Parkside residents are asking officials from The City’s transportation agency to keep nine train stops proposed for removal.
A final proposal of the much-heated and debated L-Taraval Rapid Project will make its way to a public hearing at City Hall.
Two police officers were confronted by at least 30 people and one was nearly run over by a car last week during a sideshow in San Francisco's Candlestick Point.
The Golden Gate Bridge is tweaking the lane configuration on the span during the evening commute starting Tuesday.
Economic conditions are behind what's expected to be the second-busiest Fourth of July ever for California travelers.
Police are investigating two different hit-and-run collisions that left bicyclists dead Thursday in San Francisco.