Muni riders will soon benefit from a service increase on some of the system's most heavily-used routes.
Forward-facing cameras have helped speed Muni service through crowded commute corridors.
Riders should prepare themselves for late-night and weekend shutdowns starting this summer.
Proposed legislation to ban tour drivers from narrating while driving is moving forward to the full Board of Supervisors.
Blocks from two recent traffic deaths, Mayor Ed Lee highlighted improvements to pedestrian safety.
Supervisor Scott Wiener is not thrilled about how the SFMTA manages its enforcement of double parking.
Parking at San Francisco General Hospital could soon get worse for patients and employees.
Low- and moderate-income seniors and people with disabilities can now ride public transit for free.
Work can resume again on the Sunset Tunnel after neighbors and the SFMTA resolved noise complaints from residents.
Overtime spending at San Francisco’s transportation agency is creeping back up again.
Contra Costa County health officials confirmed its first case of measles since the outbreak began.
Mayor Ed Lee announced Tuesday a new training program for drivers who operate large vehicles.
Muni officials are setting a goal to improve on-time performance by as much as 10 percent
San Francisco officials will have to push for changes at the state level if they want a speed limit lower than 25 mph on City streets.
Legislation to prohibit tour bus drivers to narrate while driving was introduced by Supervisor Norman Yee.
Several service changes are on its way on more than a dozen Muni routes starting Saturday.
A new survey shows BART riders are less satisfied with service in 2014 — especially when they don't get a seat.
Have you ever asked yourself, why doesn't BART run longer trains?
Supervisor Scott Wiener was elected Tuesday as the new chair of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
Muni service can be frustrating at times for residents in San Francisco's Outer Sunset.
A seven percent service increase comes alongside additional funding for cleaning Muni vehicles and eliminating telephone and online transaction fees for citation payment.
Lower income seniors and people with disabilities will soon join youth in riding Muni for free.
In hopes of making The City more affordable, Mayor Ed Lee called for free Muni passes for its most vulnerable riders.
Supervisor Eric Mar wants to change fare evasion violations for youth into administrative — not criminal — offenses.
Muni’s new fleet of trains is already expanding with an additional 40 light rail vehicles.
A new Muni route could be in place by the end of January that will take riders to the new UCSF Mission Bay campus.
Those celebrating in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve will able to ride Muni for free.
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.