San Francisco is expanding its bike network with more protected lanes to keep bicyclists safe.
Upgrades will widen sidewalks, add bulb-outs and protected bike lanes, and open the street to two-way traffic.
Muni riders who awaken to board the N-Judah during the morning commute at Carl and Cole have often been met with a nightmare.
A six-month pilot program will offer cash rewards to BART riders who avoid commuting during peak times.
Bright, shiny, and more reliable light rail vehicles are on their way to San Francisco by year's end.
A new audit finds devices used to count passengers on Muni buses have not been working properly for at least two years.
The SFMTA is stepping up efforts to wean Muni riders off paying cash for single rides.
After a delay, construction of San Francisco’s first bus rapid transit system will now start in November.
The SFMTA will get $45 million that will go toward purchasing 10 light rail vehicles for expansion needs.
Daily Muni riders are sure to notice that the cost of monthly Muni Fast Passes are creeping up again starting in September.
Radio ads promoting the VIsion Zero agenda worth $45,000 have hit the Bay Area airwaves.
San Francisco is relaxing some of its forced right turns on Mission Street as a compromise between merchants and residents.
San Francisco transit officials will proceed with developing a 12-month pilot to allow median parking on Dolores Street.
The Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors decides Tuesday on whether to make changes to routes in the Laurel Heights neighborhood.
Transit officials want to clear up confusion surrounding drivers parking next to the median in the middle of the road on Dolores Street.
Hundreds of Muni buses have gotten back their front-row, forward-facing seats that were previously locked.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency now has a Mission Street compromise it hopes will ease concerns from the community.
A new transportation campaign is aimed at the Bay Area's late-night workers and early morning commuters.
Outdated parts for Breda light-rail vehicles are hard to come by, but Muni has found an effective — yet expensive — solution.
Bigger, longer, accordion-style electric trolley buses are coming to Muni’s 5-Fulton rapid line.
Not all SF State students are on board with a new discounted transit program, especially those who may not take public transportation.
Parkside residents are asking officials from The City’s transportation agency to keep nine train stops proposed for removal.
The SFMTA has agreed to a $3.25 million settlement involving a Muni bus colliding with and killing a bicyclist.
A final proposal of the much-heated and debated L-Taraval Rapid Project will make its way to a public hearing at City Hall.
San Francisco voters this November will get to decide if the mayor and the Board of Supervisors should split the responsibility of appointing SFMTA board members.
In February, 113 Muni buses collided with vehicles or hit an object. In June, the number jumped to 173.
Frustrated Muni Metro riders stuck for a half-hour in the Market Street subway Monday night pulled the emergency level and exited the train.
Bay Area Rapid Transit officials gave its blessing to SF State's "Gator Pass" discount program.
This week, a pilot program that aims to increase pedestrian and bicyclist safety will begin at the popular SF landmark.
San Francisco officials are reminding residents that dumping used motor oil is not safe for the water system and the environment.
A proposed charter amendment could threaten the mayor’s appointment power over the Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors.
A loud, rhythmic jangle from one of San Francisco’s iconic cable cars echoed throughout Union Square Thursday afternoon.
Muni fare youth evaders will soon be able to skip the courthouse to pay their fines.
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.