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Every Muni rider has probably faced this at least once.
Sunday marks the 106th Bay to Breakers race in San Francisco, which means a number of street closures throughout The City.
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 Mayor Ed Lee wants ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft to start releasing its data to The City.
Former state Sen. Art Torres is joining the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors after winning approval from the Board of Supervisors.
The SFMTA board green-lighted a parking-protected bikeway along Market Street west of Octavia.
The SFMTA board may extend the contract with NextBus Inc. for at least one more year, possibly longer.
San Francisco supervisors are calling for a hearing over the response from PG&E during last Friday’s citywide power outage.
After two years of a trial program, the electric shared-moped company Scoot wants to know the next steps.
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.
Bicyclists who bike in the eastbound direction on 13th between Folsom and Bryant streets will soon get a protected bikeway.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors gave a warm sendoff to retiring director Tom Nolan Tuesday.
San Francisco’s transportation agency settled a $1 million lawsuit that involved a F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar striking a woman near the intersection of Church and Market.
San Francisco’s most unreliable and troublesome coaches will soon be replaced with newer and more reliable buses over the next two years.
The most recognizable taxi operator in San Francisco, Yellow Cab Co-Op, has been bought competitor Big Dog for $810,000.
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 San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will no longer accept ads that depict a political or harmful message on its Muni buses and transit shelters.
Transferable taxi medallion holders will no longer have to pay an annual renewal fee starting July 1, 2017.
The San Francisco Giants' home opener is next Monday at AT&T Park, which means the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will ramp up Muni service to the ballpark.
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.
A new permit program is taking aim at a new form of bike sharing where the bikes are not returned to a station or dock.
The SFMTA is working on rules that would require companies like Chariot to apply for a permit to operate The City.
San Francisco's Residential Parking Permit may soon be overhauled to address issuing too many parking permits for too few parking spaces.
The SFMTA is once again delaying a project to replace the rail tracks inside the Twin Peaks Tunnel.
San Francisco is welcoming back a historic streetcar dedicated to gay rights activist and former Supervisor Harvey Milk.
Bluegogo and other dockless bike sharing companies who want to deploy their bikes on San Francisco streets will now have to play by rules.
Replacing equipment that pulls San Francisco’s iconic cable cars will require the shutdown of individual cable car lines.
Dockless bike sharing companies may soon need to abide by San Francisco’s rules if they want to do business here.
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.
Pedestrian and traffic improvements are coming to a 1.7 mile stretch of Palou Avenue in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood.
San Francisco’s transit agency is seeking reimbursement from a motorist’s insurance company after the person reportedly drove into a Muni tunnel.
One of Muni’s oldest rail lines is turning the big 100 in August of this year.
Transit officials are seeking to reduce traffic congestion and improve Muni's M-Ocean View line on 19th Avenue.