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San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee introduced legislation Tuesday that would prohibit delivery robots on public streets in The City.
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’s litter is piling up, and not just on sunny weekends in Dolores Park.
Former state Sen. Art Torres is joining the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors after winning approval from the Board of Supervisors.
Supervisors said they received little information from PG&E about the power outage to share with concerned constituents.
San Francisco wants rental car companies to remove any identifiers off rental cars such as company logos, rental company names, barcodes and decals.
A San Francisco supervisor wants to make sure a similar incident to this week's forceful removal of a bumped passenger never unfolds at The City’s airport.
San Francisco’s top transportation official is taking the blame for not spending enough funds from a voter-approved bond.
San Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen told T.Y. Lin International to "stick to building bridges."
Bluegogo and other dockless bike sharing companies who want to deploy their bikes on San Francisco streets will now have to play by rules.
Dockless bike sharing companies may soon need to abide by San Francisco’s rules if they want to do business here.
San Francisco could soon have a citywide policy that would require employers to provide a space for returning mothers to breastfeed their baby.
Parents who have a hard time finding a sanitary baby changing station will soon have a number of places to choose from in San Francisco.
San Francisco could have a citywide workforce policy that includes guaranteeing work on public works projects over $1 million for skilled labor workers,
San Francisco is trying to make it easier for parents to find a public restroom with a changing diaper station.
San Francisco Supervisor Katy Tang is planning to bring back a proposal where multi-unit housing projects could receive flexibility in density and height requirements.
San Francisco pet stores will soon be prohibited from selling non-rescued cats and dogs.
San Francisco could soon add itself to the list of cities that prohibit the sale of dogs and cats that are not from animal rescue organizations.
London Breed is wondering publicly why the SFMTA is spending the 2014 voter-approved $500 million transportation bond so slowly.
Supervisor London Breed is calling upon the SFMTA to explain what exactly went wrong during the NextBus outage.
San Francisco’s next Bus Bapid Transit system along Geary Boulevard is one step closer to fruition.
San Francisco transit officials decided that names of public transit stations should indicate a geographic destination and not be named after people.
A policy opening the door to name Muni transit stations and stops after people is heading to the SFMTA board next month.
Officials looked at a projection of population density by 2040 to determine future ridership demand.
San Francisco is expanding its bike network with more protected lanes to keep bicyclists safe.
Outdated parts for Breda light-rail vehicles are hard to come by, but Muni has found an effective — yet expensive — solution.
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 proposed charter amendment could threaten the mayor’s appointment power over the Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors.
Muni fare youth evaders will soon be able to skip the courthouse to pay their fines.
A vacancy left by the late Jerry Lee on San Francisco’s transportation board of directors will soon be filled.
The sugar-sweetened drink tax could see the November ballot even though its proponents missed the deadline to submit an initiative petition.
Legislation that would require San Francisco companies to provide fully paid parental leave to employees will go before the full Board of Supervisors in April.
The board voted 8-2 today to in support of legislation by Supervisors Aaron Peskin and Jane Kim that would allocate $100,000 for reimbursements.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is $2.5 million each year for a new training facility in South San Francisco for its Muni operators.
Youth who skip paying their Muni fare and are issued a citation could soon no longer have to pay a visit to court.