Three Bay Area mayors are making a final push to voters to approve Regional Measure 3 on the June 5 ballot.
The City is taking a unique approach to treat people addicted to opioids with a first-in-the-nation program.
San Francisco is taking a step in committing to an all-electric fleet of buses — in 17 years.
Plastic straws could soon be shown the door in San Francisco, just like plastic bags.
City officials broke ground Thursday on one of the biggest waterfront developments in San Francisco.
Pedestrians and people with mobility issues will now have more time to cross San Francisco streets.
Supervisor Hillary Ronen introduced legislation Tuesday at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to hold city departments accountable on cases of sexual assault.
Community organizers and city officials celebrated a new mid-block signalized crosswalk last Friday
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell was talking trash in the Castro — five new “smart” garbage bins that prevent people from digging through their contents.
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 Mayor Mark Farrell said he will increase street cleaning funding by $12.8 million in his two-year budget.
San Francisco-owned public parking garages are seeing in fewer car break-ins thanks to improvements being made inside the garages.
San Francisco’s first bus rapid transit system along Van Ness Avenue is facing another delay.
San Francisco is getting additional help getting rid of syringes and needles that are left on city streets.
Thousands will descend on “Hippie Hill” Friday to take a puff, a few puffs, or many, many puffs of marijuana.
Visitors walking, biking or rolling to Twin Peaks to enjoy scenic views will be able to continue to do so without the hassle of cars on one portion of the summit.
San Francisco officials approved legislation on Tuesday to regulate the dockless electric scooters that began appearing on city streets last month.
San Francisco International Airport Terminal 1 will officially be renamed after the former Supervisor and gay rights activist Harvey Milk.
San Francisco is getting close to regulating the dockless electric scooters that have flooded city sidewalks since mid-March.
A miniaturized San Francisco street intersection was on display Friday afternoon at Jean Parker Elementary School.
More than 60 electric scooters were swept away by San Francisco’s Department of Works early Friday.
Supervisor Norman Yee is calling for a working group to come up with recommendations on regulations and a permitting process for emerging technologies.
All Bay Area ferryboats that serve commuters and tourists will soon switch from regular diesel to renewable diesel fuel.
San Francisco residents are all too familiar with the scene of a smashed car window and glass all over the sidewalk or street.
San Francisco officials are making it clear: There is no proposal to ban the dockless electric scooters seen proliferating on city streets the last month.
BART officials are seeking the public’s input on the type of bus service they would like to see when the transit system has to begin an hour later each morning.
Supervisor Jane Kim won a victory on Tuesday when the Board of Supervisors approved a budget supplemental of $1.1 million.
City College of San Francisco could soon be getting a new address: 50 Frida Kahlo Way.
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.
San Francisco’s largest nonprofit providing services for homeless teens and young adults received a $2.5 million grant from the state.
Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, announced at a press conference on Monday that the Larkin Street Youth Services is one…
The soon to be bustling Mission Bay neighborhood Is getting its first hotel that will open in the summer 2020.
LimeBike will again bring out their motorized scooters during this weekend in San Francisco.
San Francisco is on its way toward renaming Terminal One at San Francisco International Airport after the first openly gay elected official in a major city, Harvey Milk.
On Thursday, the Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Sub-Committee approved to…