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San Francisco’s contra-flow bicycle lane on Polk Street has been recognized as one of America's best.
Transit planners are moving ahead with components of the Geary Bus Rapid Transit project.
San Francisco’s transportation agency received an early Christmas gift as the agency continues to shop for new Muni buses.
Market Street could soon be lit up with lights sparkling along its overhead wires.
East Bay residents can now spend a little more time in San Francisco without having to worry.
More than half of Muni riders surveyed prefer inward-facing seating for new Metro trains.
BART has announced a new partnership with Bike East Bay to help inform riders on how to keep their bikes safe.
The long-awaited double berthing of trains at some of the Muni Metro station platforms could soon happen.
San Francisco police are enforcing a zero-tolerance policy for blocking the box, issuing 200 citations in the last week.
Fewer riders are evading paying their fares despite implementation of a systemwide all-door boarding policy.
SFMTA directors approved $68 million for 61 articulated, 60-foot electric-diesel coaches.
Often unreliable Muni Metro trains will be around for at least another six years.
San Francisco’s transportation agency recently completed its paint job of red traffic lanes on Market Street between Fifth and 12th Streets.
The opening of BART's Oakland Airport shuttle was celebrated with free rides for the public.
The Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project moved a step forward after transit officials approved the necessary parking and traffic changes.
A report shows San Francisco could have collected millions more from parking meters.
The San Francisco Arts Commission will not impede The City from moving forward with the Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project.
A key federal grant for the Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project could be in jeopardy.
BART announced its new automated train service to Oakland International Airport will open in time for the Thanksgiving rush.
CITY HALL — A rally called on city leaders to step up their pedestrian safety plans.
San Francisco voters Tuesday passed two transportation measures to fund public transit.
SFMTA wants to transform the 28-19th Avenue into a more rapid ride.
BART broke no ridership records last Friday when Giants fans attended the World Series parade.
San Francisco is about to get tough on vehicles blocking two key SoMa intersections.
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Muni has made changes to bus routes last week including the oft-criticized 10-Townsend.
A two-block stretch of McAllister Street will soon see pedestrian improvements.
Muni operators will be getting a boost in the number of restrooms available to them.
Two more smartphone ride service apps will now be able to operate legally at San Francisco International Airport.
For the last two months, commuter shuttle conflicts with San Francisco Muni buses have gotten better since the city's transportation agency implemented a one-year pilot that dictates where commuter shuttles can load and unload passengers at Muni bus stops.
San Francisco police are warning about yet another “blessing” scam targeting the Chinese community.
Satisfaction with Muni trended upward in 2014, but a survey shows riders want more improvement.
BART riders who work late will soon be able to catch new bus service back to the East Bay.
The 9-San Bruno will get new transit bulbs and adjustments to existing stops.
Several transit projects that transit officials say will improve Muni service have either been completed or are near completion.
Pedestrian safety improvements are underway at Stockton and Sacramento.