A proposed charter amendment would set aside $70 million for public transit in low-income neighborhoods.
Tour buses will not be allowed to drive around Alamo Square and its painted ladies starting next month.
Since extra police started riding Muni, smartphone thefts have plummeted more than 82 percent.
Starting Nov. 1, bikes will be allowed on nearly all BART trains at all times.
A camera is being installed at Market and Octavia will start capturing images of cars making illegal right turns.
Riders who gave up on the 5-Fulton as too crowded may want to hop on board again starting Nov. 1.
Muni is starting a 15-year process of replacing its 151 Breda light rail vehicles.
A project to speed up Muni buses on Van Ness Avenue is finally gaining momentum.
Residents who live near The City's famous Painted Ladies are sick and tired of tour buses.
Muni is targeting an 11 percent reduction in travel times to and from the Richmond on the 5L-Fulton.
One of the buses supposed to take Mayor Ed Lee and media to City Hall was unable to start at its debut.
Muni has a million-dollar solution to curb a trend of riders forcing open Muni doors and jumping from moving buses.
It's not your imagination if you've noticed more delays and slowdowns on Muni Metro trains.
Muni “meltdowns” are costing San Francisco's economy millions of dollars a month.
Commuters who want to take their bikes on BART trains will soon have fewer pesky restrictions to worry about.
Supervisor Scott Wiener is exploring a $1 to $3 fee on concert and sporting event tickets to help fund cash-strapped Muni.
The SFMTA awarded the $840 million contract for construction of Central Subway stations, tracks and systems.
Car-sharing companies could soon be set aside up to 300 street parking spaces in San Francisco.
San Francisco's transportation director is thinking about population growth in The City over the next few decades.
Frustration continues to mount over plans to add parking meters in select San Francisco neighborhoods.
Unruly BART passengers might want to shape up or face a ban of up to a year on the transit system.
Long-planned renovations to the run-down Alexandria Theater in the Richmond District have received a key approval.
BART's new crowd meter lets you see how likely it is you'll be packed in like sardines during your next morning commute.
Muni's Central Subway lurches forward this week as its first tunnel boring machine arrives in The City.
Despite the influx of ridesharing services and the taxi industry's uncertain fate, the City approved a plan to bring in more taxis.
There were 20 pedestrian deaths in 2012 and seven so far this year. Mayor Ed Lee unveiled a plan aimed at reducing pedestrian incidents.
San Francisco needs more taxis if it wants to prevent residents from choosing car services such as Uber, Lyft and SideCar.
Plans are taking shape to rehabilitate colorful, historic streetcars now running on Muni's F-Line.
After a long, slow goodbye, the Golden Gate Bridge's toll booths will be closed and covered Wednesday morning.
Long-awaited red transit-only lanes on Church Street between Duboce and 16th will finally get painted this weekend.
As Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber continue to take over The City, SFMTA doesn’t want to get left behind.
Muni riders should plan ahead during last week of March, as the transit agency is reducing service during spring break.
City and community leaders came out Monday afternoon to denounce a fresh round of anti-Islamic ads on Muni.
Muni switchbacks are on the decline in areas like the Sunset District, but supervisors want more action taken.
Drivers who park near AT&T Park in the evening will need to start feeding their parking meter up to $7 per hour.
The SFMTA launched its 16-month, $8.5 million pilot program today offering free Muni rides to low-income kids.
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