An inbound transit stop across the street from Safeway will officially remain on the L-Taraval Muni line.
Bike advocates received surprising news when officials announced plans are moving ahead for the long-anticipated protected bikeway.
The home made by famous by the 1980s sitcom Full House and its revival has caused quite a stir for neighbors.
San Francisco could soon join a chorus of other U.S. cities in banning the distribution of plastic drinking straws.
Muni riders may get an extra 30 minutes to make transfers between buses and trains.
Plans were discussed for next February when trains will begin service one hour later during seismic upgrades.
About 1,000 people gathered Wednesday to witness London Breed, San Francisco’s first African-American female mayor, take her oath of office.
Another left turn on Van Ness Avenue will get permanently removed Friday by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
San Francisco transportation officials got a taste of what it is like riding inside an all-electric bus.
The San Francisco Police Department is seeking assistance from the public help locate a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run along the Embarcadero.
Tourists making their way to take a ride on San Francisco’s cable cars will notice a new sign pointing the way to cities from other countries.
San Francisco Supervisor Malia Cohen will become the next president of the Board of Supervisors after the board voted unanimously to elect her.
Just hang up!
That was the message from San Francisco law enforcement officials at a public awareness campaign event on Monday in Chinatown to warn the Chinese community of a phone scam that can lead to a victim losing thousands…
Officials with the San Francisco and BART police departments have teamed up to help make sure the BART Civic Center Station is safe.
A final plan to calm traffic along Eighth Avenue in the Richmond will no longer include traffic diversion to adjacent parallel streets.
San Francisco transit officials celebrated the opening of the new Islais Creek Muni bus yard.
London Breed celebrated her mayoral victory inside a crowded auditorium at Rosa Parks Elementary.
San Francisco mayoral candidate and former state Sen. Mark Leno announced Wednesday that he will concede to Board of Supervisors President London Breed.
San Francisco mayoral candidate and Board of Supervisors President London Breed will become The City's first African American female mayor.
Board of Supervisors President London Breed leads former state Sen. Mark Leno by 1,861 votes — an increase of 260 votes since Monday.
San Francisco District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang announced late Tuesday at 5:17 p.m. that she will not seek re-election.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President maintained her lead over former state Sen. Mark Leno on Monday afternoon.
Board of Supervisors President London Breed lead in San Francisco’s mayor race continued to grow on Sunday.
Board of Supervisors President London Breed has taken the lead over former state Sen. Mark Leno in the race to become San Francisco’s next mayor.
San Francisco mayoral candidate and President of the Board of Supervisors London Breed continues to gain traction.
Another NBA championship. Another parade in Oakland, this one Tuesday, with no rally afterward.
Former state Sen. Mark Leno is holding on to his slim lead in the San Francisco mayor’s race against Board of Supervisors President London Breed.
Now approaching, two-car N-Judah train in zero minutes.
A measure to fund highway and transit improvements via tolls on state-owned bridges is leading as of early Wednesday morning.
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell on Thursday unveiled his $11 billion budget for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 fiscal years.
How fast a 911 dispatcher picks up a call can be a life and death situation for someone who needs medical attention.
The SFMTA has finalized a start and end date for a two-month closure of the 100-year-old Twin Peaks Tunnel
Service disruption due to a Muni train derailing Friday morning at Castro Station could stretch into the afternoon commute.
Companies have until June 4 to remove scooters before permits are expected to be issued by the end of June.
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.