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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.
A 41-year-old man on a San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency bus in the Mission District was attacked and had his laptop stolen by a group of youths.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors on Tuesday decided to remove the 17th and 35th avenues transit stops.
San Francisco's Market Street is closed between Eighth and Ninth streets Wednesday afternoon because of a collision involving two Municipal Railway vehicles.
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.
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."
A bicyclist suspected of attacking a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus driver earlier this month has been arrested.
Muni car No. 2006 took its first fare-paying passengers down the N-Judah line around noon.
About a dozen guide dogs in training from 6 to 15 months old took their first Muni ride over the weekend.
The treacherous stretch of 17th between Sanchez and Church streets for bicyclists may soon get protected bikeways.
Drivers familiar with the traffic nightmare on Van Ness Avenue should note traffic lanes will shift to the median starting Thursday.
Officials with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency approved a new permit program for to regulate the reemergence of jitneys.
Chinatown may get City funds by the end of year to help with the economic loss due to the construction of the Central Subway.
The Van Ness Improvement Project has fallen behind schedule by nearly six months.
A number of pedestrian safety and transit upgrades along 19th Avenue will require the closure of the M-Ocean View on four weekends.
Repeat adult BART fare cheats could be issued a criminal citation under a new revised proposed ordinance.
Major changes to San Francisco’s 40-year old Residential Parking Permit Program are put on hold after transit officials raised concerns.
An interchange in San Francisco known as The Hairball will be improved with new bike lanes and upgraded pedestrian crosswalks.
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 San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board is set to vote Tuesday on a bus rapid transit project on Geary from Market to 34th Avenue.