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Demand is growing and evident in an updated SFMTA report on dockless bikes.
A new report from the San Francisco Controller's Office released on Monday says that Muni cable car conductors are improving in collecting cash fares
Survivors of sexual harassment and assault now have a place in San Francisco to help them navigate them through the process of filing a report.
Trains entering West Portal Station have slowed over the last few days due to damage to the automatic train control system.
Civic leaders from across the nation joined San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday to reveal results of survey to show how cities are combating climate change.
The survey of 158 cities nationwide, conducted by the Alliance for a Sustainable…
San Francisco Mayor London Breed is setting new environmental goals in a effort to reduce The City’s greenhouse gas emissions.
City and state lawmakers came together to urge the governor to sign legislation opening the door for San Francisco's first safe injection site.
The SFMTA is preparing to get rid of its old NextBus system and upgrade to what transit officials say will be a more robust and accurate system
San Francisco Mayor London Breed issued an executive order on Thursday to speed up the process of approving a backlog of in-law units.
Two electric scooter companies from 12 companies who submitted applications snagged operating permits to join a one-year pilot program.
The public got its first glimpse of what a safe injection site might look like if one were to open in San Francisco.
Muni will have to find a new source of funding to sustain the level of police presence on its vehicles.
San Francisco Muni fares will increase Sept. 1 for monthly Fast Pass users and visitors purchasing a visitor passport.
Sutter Health opened its newest California Pacific Medical Center hospital Saturday at the corner of Valencia and Cesar Chavez.
Days after San Francisco Mayor London Breed sent a letter to The City’s top transit official to shape up, Ed Reiskin sent his official response.
San Francisco has eliminated $32 million in outstanding local court fees owed by individuals who left the criminal justice system.
Muni Metro service is set to return inside the Twin Peaks Tunnel on Saturday after two months of repairs.
San Francisco officials on Wednesday celebrated the opening of a new housing project that consists of 50 units for chronically homeless individuals.
San Francisco’s transportation director was apologetic in regards to a shortage of Muni operators and for not doing a better job in vetting contractors.
Private transit shuttles will be able to use the red transit-only lane as part of San Francisco’s Geary Rapid Project.
School is back in session for the 56,000 students and 10,000 teachers and staff members of the San Francisco Unified School District.
Poor condition of roads, congestion and traffic collisions are costing Bay Area drivers thousands of a dollars each year.
San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee will call for a hearing when the Board of Supervisors returns from its summer recess to look at safety concerns.
A nearly completed Masonic Avenue was celebrated by city officials a decade after residents and businesses first complained.
A construction worker at the site of the Twin Peaks Tunnel project in San Francisco has died.
What was once a dreary, dark and dull\ bus depot at First and Mission streets has emerged as a bright, vibrant transit center.
Tenants facing evictions in San Francisco will be able to ask The City for legal representation starting next June.
BART officials on Thursday will decide on a $28 milion package of safety measures to keep riders safe.
San Francisco opened a brand new homeless navigation center on Friday near U.S. Highway 101 that was previously used as parking lot.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed signed her first two-year budget on Wednesday which will focus on spending millions on combating homelessness.
Aaron Peskin said that after weeks of negotiations with both Uber and Lyft, both companies have agreed to allow The City to tax a percentage of their net ride revenue.
San Francisco has helped a Mission district nonprofit acquire a four-story mixed-use building in the Excelsior in order to keep rents stable.
Seniors in San Francisco are disproportionately affected by traffic collisions, said city officials who work on achieving The City’s goal of zero traffic deaths by 2024.
San Francisco will soon join other cities across the country in prohibiting the use of straws and other plastic food accessories.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday afternoon appointed Ivy Lee to the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees to replace Rafael Mandelman.
The SFMTA needs more time to review the dozen applications vying for a spot in The City’s scooter permit program.