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Say your final goodbyes to the classic San Francisco Muni tear-off transfers.
Delays continue to mount to make repairs inside the 100-year old Twin Peaks Tunnel.
San Francisco is in the process of bringing 22 city-owned garages into the 21st century.
Delays in spending a voter-approved 2014 bond measure on transportation infrastructure in San Francisco has prompted transit officials to reprogram some of the bond money.
San Francisco transit officials are seeking solutions to eventually go cashless on the cable car system.
PG&E restored electricity service just after 5 p.m. to all customers affected by a sprawling power outage.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors gave a warm sendoff to retiring director Tom Nolan Tuesday.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation began its six-month pilot on Taraval Street that uses painted street markings and new signage.
San Francisco’s top transportation official is taking the blame for not spending enough funds from a voter-approved bond.
The sound of cable car bells will fall silent one line at a time in order for San Francisco’s transit agency to overhaul and restore four gearboxes.
San Francisco is welcoming back a historic streetcar dedicated to gay rights activist and former Supervisor Harvey Milk.
Replacing equipment that pulls San Francisco’s iconic cable cars will require the shutdown of individual cable car lines.
The first dirt was dug up by construction crews Wednesday, and now the real work begins.
Supervisor London Breed is calling upon the SFMTA to explain what exactly went wrong during the NextBus outage.
San Francisco’s top transportation official apologized for the NextBus outage that inconvenienced Muni riders who rely on the system for arrival times of Muni buses and trains.
A trainload of smiling dignitaries welcomed San Francisco’s first new Muni light rail vehicle Friday.
Crime on Muni vehicles has decreased and is at a four-year low at six incidents for every 100,000 vehicle miles traveled.
San Francisco unveiled a first-of-its-kind intersection design at Ninth and Division streets.
Nine new speed humps and a raised crosswalk inside the western portion of Golden Gate Park are now complete.
Since Muni implemented new two-car N-Judah train shuttles last month in the Cole Valley neighborhood, some riders are no longer left stranded.
A proposal could bring cell service inside the Muni Metro by extending BART’s existing cell infrastructure into Muni’s subway.
A transit advocacy group wants to bring more smiles and positivity to Muni riders starting this week.
Muni riders who awaken to board the N-Judah during the morning commute at Carl and Cole have often been met with a nightmare.
Bright, shiny, and more reliable light rail vehicles are on their way to San Francisco by year's end.
After a delay, construction of San Francisco’s first bus rapid transit system will now start in November.
Radio ads promoting the VIsion Zero agenda worth $45,000 have hit the Bay Area airwaves.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency now has a Mission Street compromise it hopes will ease concerns from the community.
Ten finalists have been chosen to have their art displayed across a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus next year.
A proposed charter amendment could threaten the mayor’s appointment power over the Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors.
Officials will hold a public meeting on the impact of red transit-only lanes added to Mission Street.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is once again testing a feature that will allow two sets of trains to open it doors for riders.
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.
Three San Francisco supervisors were not comfortable in letting the Municipal Transportation Agency lease a new training facility.
San Francisco transportation officials are looking at revamping its fare system, including increased cash fares.
Transportation leaders discussed pressing issues like long-term funding for transportation projects at this week's annual meeting of the American Public Transportation Association.
A program that uses cameras on the front of Muni buses to ticket drivers will become permanent.