The treacherous stretch of 17th between Sanchez and Church streets for bicyclists may soon get protected bikeways.
The San Francisco medical examiner's office has left the dilapidated Hall of Justice for a brand-new space across town.
Drivers familiar with the traffic nightmare on Van Ness Avenue should note traffic lanes will shift to the median starting Thursday.
Starting on Jan. 1, BART will roll out its proof of payment system to deal with its rampant fare evasion problem.
AB 857 will allow The City to lease up to 10 parcels underneath highways from Caltrans at 30 percent below market rate.
San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors may call on the U.S. Congress to impeach President Donald Trump.
Large grocery chains in San Francisco will now have to report the use of antibiotics in raw meat and poultry to The City.
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 Safeway in Potrero Hill officially welcomed a "DMV Now" self-service kiosk.
San Francisco is banning the sale of upholstered furniture and children’s products that contain flame retardant chemicals.
Autonomous delivery robots now have a chance to use some of San Francisco’s sidewalks under a new revised proposed ordinance.
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.
San Francisco is a step closer in banning the sales of upholstery furniture and children’s products with flame retardant chemicals.
San Francisco sidewalks are made for walking. That's the message Supervisor Norman Yee and a number of pedestrian safety advocacy members are sending to tech companies.
Major changes to San Francisco’s 40-year old Residential Parking Permit Program are put on hold after transit officials raised concerns.
Tourists in San Francisco last week received an eye-opening experience when it comes to distractions while driving.
San Francisco’s residential black garbage bins are getting a lot smaller and could soon disappear altogether.
An ordinance to require San Francisco police to devote more resources to the rising number of car break-ins, bike thefts and property theft in The City will now be drafted as a non-binding resolution.
As San Francisco grapples with emergent technologies, Supervisor Norman Yee wants get to ahead of autonomous delivery robots.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Thursday announced that he will speed up the process for creating new homes in The City.
San Francisco and Oakland leaders pushed this week for Gov. Jerry Brown to sign a bill that will help cut some of the red tape when it comes to building new homeless shelters.
Supervisor Jane Kim on Tuesday asked The City’s Controller’s Office to analyze the costs and benefits of providing San Francisco residents universal affordable childcare.
San Francisco is suing credit monitoring company Equifax after the company announced earlier this month that its website was breached.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders praised The City for making community college tuition free.
San Francisco will help to pay the $495 renewal cost for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients.
San Francisco merchants affected by long-term or delayed construction projects may see some economic relief from The City.
All 11 San Francisco supervisors approved a resolution to urge the removal Justin Herman’s name from the plaza at the intersection of the Embarcadero and Market Street.
Two pieces of legislation to tackle rental car break-ins were approved on Tuesday by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
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.
Before a 50-cent surcharge on paper tickets takes effect, BART is offering some relief.
A plan to fine Dolores Park litters has morphed into a ban on glass beverage containers at all San Francisco public parks.
A resolution urging the removal of Justin Herman's name from the plaza at intersection of Market Street and The Embarcadero is moving forward.