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Three Bay Area mayors are making a final push to voters to approve Regional Measure 3 on the June 5 ballot.
San Francisco is taking a step in committing to an all-electric fleet of buses — in 17 years.
Pedestrians and people with mobility issues will now have more time to cross San Francisco streets.
Community organizers and city officials celebrated a new mid-block signalized crosswalk last Friday
A report released by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency recommends full-service taxicab companies be allowed to set their own fares.
The SFMTA board approved a 12-month pilot program that grants up to five permits to electric scooter operators.
San Francisco’s first bus rapid transit system along Van Ness Avenue is facing another delay.
San Francisco is getting close to regulating the dockless electric scooters that have flooded city sidewalks since mid-March.
More than 60 electric scooters were swept away by San Francisco’s Department of Works early Friday.
Walk to Work Day began for some city officials by celebrating a new traffic signal early Thursday morning.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is adding a new Muni fare option as part of its $1.2 billion, two-year budget.
More than 100 feet below Stockton Street, crews are working to complete Muni’s Chinatown station.
A credit union that helped The City of San Francisco sell taxi medallions has sued a city agency over financial losses caused by the collapse in value of the medallions amid the rise of ride-booking services such as Uber and Lyft.
LimeBike will again bring out their motorized scooters during this weekend in San Francisco.
Muni bus lines that serve neighborhoods with a high concentrated number of low-income households and people of color will get a boost in service.
The City was decked out in green for St. Patrick's Day, but a certain lime color was also seen around The City over the weekend.
Crews begin work this weekend in preparation for major work inside the the 2.7-mile-long Twin Peaks Tunnel.
A plan is moving forward to extend a parking protected bike lane on Eighth Street.
Muni officials have begun testing three-car trains at night as evident in a new YouTube video posted by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
Private transit service companies like Chariot will not be able to compete with Muni service under new rules.
Muni riders and tourists could soon have to prepay before boarding San Francisco's iconic cable cars.
Repairs inside the 100-year old Twin Peaks Tunnel are anticipated to start over the summer, San Francisco transit officials said Tuesday.
The SFMTA has begun the installation of new radios into Muni trains in order to improve communications.
Transit officials may consider changes to push Muni riders and tourists towards paying for fares in advance.
Sixteen blocks in Bernal Heights will join San Francisco’s residential parking permit program under strict caps on car owners.
A project to seismically upgrade the Twin Peaks Tunnel may have to start again from square one.
For a third year in a row, the interior of 100 Muni buses will display artwork from Bay Area artists over the next four months.
San Francisco hit a record low number of traffic fatalities last year since The City began keeping records in 1915.
San Francisco’s transportation agency is offering free rides on Muni starting on New Year’s Eve at 8 p.m. until New Year’s Day at 5 a.m.
San Francisco officials continue to the mourn the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee, who died Tuesday morning.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors on Tuesday decided to remove the 17th and 35th avenues transit stops.
Parking rates at nearly all of San Francisco’s meters and city-owned garages will be based on demand.
San Francisco is preparing to adopt demand-based parking rates citywide, meaning drivers could expect to see parking rates surge.
Officials broke ground on a $20 million project morning that will transform Second Street.
Muni’s 30-foot diesel hybrid coaches are nearing the end of their useful lives and are in need of replacement.
Seventy percent of those surveyed rated overall Muni service as “excellent” or “good," and eight percent as "poor."