The five-year contract for new Muni fareboxes heralds the end of Muni's classic tear-off paper transfers.
A vacancy left by the late Jerry Lee on San Francisco’s transportation board of directors will soon be filled.
Muni officials are closer to finalizing a $22.7 million contract to replace old fareboxes and the iconic paper transfers.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is purchasing an additional 33 articulated low-floor electric trolley buses.
San Francisco is getting ready to finally break ground on the long-awaited Van Ness Avenue bus rapid transit project.
New Muni trains are still on course to roll onto San Francisco rail tracks in 2017.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is once again testing a feature that will allow two sets of trains to open it doors for riders.
SF State students will soon ride Muni and BART at a discount after approving a "Gator Pass" arrangement.
Bike trips in San Francisco continues to climb as more people continue to use a bike to get around The City.
More than a dozen Muni lines will see an increase in service starting the weekend of April 23.
Muni riders should brace themselves for another subway shutdown scheduled for this summer.
The new cash premium fare is part of the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 operating budget approved Tuesday by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors.
Amid budget shortfalls, transit officials are considering enforcing parking meters after dark.
The proposal approved by the SFMTA board includes removing 10 stops, four inbound and six outbound.
The first newly completed BART train is now on a flatbed truck heading from Plattsburgh, N.Y. to a BART testing facility.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is inviting the public this month and in April to give public feedback on its preliminary two-year budget.
Three San Francisco supervisors were not comfortable in letting the Municipal Transportation Agency lease a new training facility.
The work inside the Sunset Tunnel that has been going on since November of 2014 is finally wrapping up.
Advocates are calling on changes on Market Street to make the streets safer for pedestrians after one pedestrian was fatally hit by a vehicle making a left turn last month.
Thu Phan, 38, was crossing the intersection of Market and…
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is $2.5 million each year for a new training facility in South San Francisco for its Muni operators.
San Francisco’s transit agency is getting a boost in funds to help accelerate the purchase of more vehicles.
A series of projects aim to decongest crowded Muni trains and increase efficiency.
Merchants and residents along Taraval offered up an earful of angry comments on changes to the L-Taraval.
Youth who skip paying their Muni fare and are issued a citation could soon no longer have to pay a visit to court.
An adult single-ride cash fare could rise from $2.25 to $2.50 under a proposed SFMTA budget.
San Francisco streets closed during the Super Bowl opened back up to regular traffic and Muni lines.
The Mission Bay Loop project for the T-Third Muni line will be able to proceed without a fresh environmental report.
Grey Muni uniforms are favored by drivers over the "terrible" and "uncomfortable" brown outfits.
San Francisco homeless advocates sent a message to Mayor Ed Lee that they are not going anywhere anytime soon.
Bay Area transit agencies including the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will be getting a huge funding boost.
San Francisco transportation officials are looking at revamping its fare system, including increased cash fares.
Transit riders on the 22-Fillmore will soon be able to get to their destinations a little bit more faster.
San Francisco’s nighttime Muni Metro service is scheduled to return soon, just in time for the start of Super Bowl festivities.
Rose said the transit agency is testing the new pole on 50 buses and will make an assessment in six months on the added safety measure.
San Francisco is hosting two Super Bowl 50 events in coming weeks that will require traffic detours.
Santa Clara will be reimbursed more than $3.5 million in Super Bowl event costs, while San Francisco will receive just over $100,000.