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San Francisco merchants affected by long-term or delayed construction projects may see some economic relief from The City.
An interchange in San Francisco known as The Hairball will be improved with new bike lanes and upgraded pedestrian crosswalks.
Fare cheats who ride on BART could be in for a surprise if officials approve slapping adult fare evaders with a $120 citation.
Bus shuttles will serve the California Cable Car line later this month so that the line’s gearbox can be repaired.
All of San Francisco’s parking meters and city-operated garages could soon be part of The City’s demand-responsive parking program known as SFpark.
San Francisco transit operators will soon ditch their recognizable, iconic brown uniforms in favor of a new gray.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will not provide Muni service to the Presidio and Marina during a rally at Crissy Field on Saturday.
Muni subway service returned to normal after closures during weeknights and all day on weekends.
Around 65,000 students and teachers head back to school today in San Francisco.
The N-Judah will be out of commission for a total of four weekends between September and October.
It’s going to be a wild weekend in San Francisco.
Undercover auditors observed cable car conductors failing to collect fares and properly issuing receipts, possibly indicating fraud.
As Metro trains wound down service early Friday morning, crews and engineers headed out to test Muni’s new light rail vehicles.
San Francisco transit officials on Tuesday gave a key approval to a $300 million bus rapid transit project that will change the way Muni runs the 38-Geary.
The subway will close early on weeknights at 9:30 p.m. and all day on the weekend starting July 22.
Six-time cable car bell-ringer champion Byron Cobb regained his title at the 54th Cable Car Bell Ringing Contest Thursday.
Supervisor Aaron Peskin is not pleased that the Central Subway Project is facing a delay of up to 10 months.
Near-term measures to slow down vehicle traffic inside Golden Gate Park will soon be arriving.
Construction on the eastbound 13th Street bikeway is expected to start this summer.
Muni’s electric trolleys will soon drive off into retirement as newer and more reliable electric trolleys will arrive in The City during the next two years.
Protected bike lanes may be in the future for a dangerous stretch of 17th between Church and Sanchez.
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.
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.