The SFMTA has been working with San Francisco police to conduct sting enforcement operations of disabled placard abuse.
BART's Board of Directors mulled options for managing the parking facilities available at stations throughout the system.
The cities of San Jose and Santa Clara have reached a settlement over disputes related to proposed large developments.
Camping at Bicentennial campground in the Marin Headlands, which was free, will now cost $20.
All vehicles and shuttle passengers will be subject to the reservation system, but not visitors on foot or on bicycle.
Improved parking and pedestrian and visitor access at Muir Woods National Monument took a step closer this week.
A deal reached late Wednesday on the amount of affordable housing developers are required to provide sets stiffer requirements for some neighborhoods.
The University of California at Berkeley is the nation's top best-value college in 2017 for the second year in a row according to a Forbes magazine ranking.
Twelve people were rescued last year in a notable elevator rescue on Facebook's Menlo Park campus as rescues climbed in the U.S. because of urban growth.
Car-sharing company Getaround is adding City Car Share's 200 vehicles to its arsenal of short-term rentals.
The state of California is imposing sanctions against Wells Fargo, including suspending investment in hundreds of millions of dollars in securities.
San Francisco Supervisors voted 10-1 in favor of making CCSF tuition free to residents and city workers.
A 99-year-old woman faced with eviction from her Lower Haight apartment in San Francisco could remain in her home under a tentative deal reached in court today.
Nearly 37,000 people who work as drivers for ride-booking services in San Francisco will have to register as a business within 30 days.
Anyone found with illegal fireworks in San Jose will face higher fines approved Tuesday by the City Council.
San Francisco’s transportation agency is seeking to repeal last year's parking meter transaction fee, but in its place would be a parking meter hike throughout The City.
The East Bay Regional Parks District is offering free admission at all of its 65 parks on Black Friday.
Starting next month, people who have had their cars stolen and then towed in San Francisco will pay lower fees to recover their cars.
Parking fees are set to go up by 50 cents per day next month at three BART stations in the East Bay and one on the Peninsula.
Early next month the public will be able to comment on the proposed changes to Caltrain fares and station parking fees.
The California Highway Patrol broke up an illegal sideshow on Interstate Highway 580 in Oakland early Sunday morning.
The CPUC approved a settlement requiring Comcast to pay $33.4 million for releasing the unlisted phone numbers of nearly 75,000 customers.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Mark Farrell Tuesday introduced an ordinance that would give developers more flexibility in satisfying city affordable housing laws.
Admission to the Muir Woods National Monument in Marin County will increase to $10 starting Jan. 1.
The City is reminding independent contractors, including drivers for ride-booking services such as Uber and Lyft, that they are required by law to register their businesses.
A group of City College of San Francisco students occupied an administration building Wednesday afternoon and said they intended to stay until their demands are met or they are forced out, a student organizer said.
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Parking fees at multiple BART stations are expected to go up by 50 cents later this month, transit agency officials said.
Drivers parking their cars at the Oakland International Airport BART station will have to pay a $1 parking fee beginning Monday, BART officials said today.
Charging bicyclists and pedestrians for access is among 45 initiatives to be considered Friday.
A San Francisco man’s car was stolen, recovered, and then auctioned off, all as the owner tried to protest exorbitant towing fees.