Transit and traffic plans are underway as San Francisco gets ready to host the biggest football party leading up to Super Bowl 50.
San Francisco is continuing its momentum in replacing its fleet of old and unreliable buses.
Muni riders can skip the farebox and buy single-use rides directly from their iOS or Android phones.
Two blocks of Powell Street are closed to private vehicles for 18 months in an effort to make the street safer.
A series of street closures surrounding Fourth and King streets will make it difficult to navigate through The City by car or by Muni.
San Francisco transportation planners will be busy over the next year coming up with a plan to find neighborhoods in The City that could possibly benefit from a subway system.
A two-block stretch of Powell Street will soon be closed to private vehicles, including Uber and Lyft.
San Francisco supervisors are looking ahead so that The City does not fall behind when it comes to public transportation.
The McDonald’s in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood on Stanyan Street is cleaning up its act.
Transportation leaders discussed pressing issues like long-term funding for transportation projects at this week's annual meeting of the American Public Transportation Association.
Proposed safety measures include new and extended boarding islands, plus transit and pedestrian bulbs.
A program that uses cameras on the front of Muni buses to ticket drivers will become permanent.
The highly-anticipated Geary Bus Rapid Transit project hit a milestone last week.
A six-month pilot program to reward BART riders to not ride during the peak hours will launch sometime in spring.
More transit improvements are on their way for the 5-Fulton route and its nearly 20,000 daily riders.
Confusing service changes mean Muni and BART riders should bring their patience with them Labor Day weekend.
Muni riders who are enjoying service increases from last April should know more relief is coming.
The San Francisco City Attorney’s office is sending a message to repeat graffiti offenders who continue to tag city property: Get caught and pay the price.
New Muni transfers printed by new fareboxes are expected to speed boarding and eliminate theft.
Police are stepping up enforcement around 10 San Francisco schools near dangerous corridors.
A new San Francisco Muni historic streetcar line opens Saturday along the waterfront.
The state’s Water Resources Control Board announced Monday a settlement with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
San Francisco State University students are trying to reduce their transportation costs by proposing a discounted "Gator Pass."
Muni riders should prepare themselves for a 10 p.m. nightly shutdown of the Metro subway system.
Often slow and stuck in traffic on 19th Avenue, Muni’s 28-19th Avenue route will soon get some much-needed improvements.
The SFMTA was awarded a grant from the state of California to help fund the purchase of additional light rail vehicles.
Nearly half of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors took three or fewer trips on Muni during the 22-day challenge.
The cost of Muni’s monthly Fast Passes and single rides for youth, seniors and disabled is about to go up.
One of San Francisco’s first painted stretch of red transit-only lanes will now become permanent.
Muni riders may start noticing San Francisco politicians taking selfies of themselves on buses and trains.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has postponed double stopping at selected downtown Muni Metro stations.
Muni has set this Sunday as the date to launch the long-awaited double berthing of subway trains.
Officials announced Monday that The City plans to infuse more funds to the normally cash-strapped Municipal Transportation Agency.
Muni will test its new three-bike racks on bus routes including those with hills and steep inclines.
Mark Farrell seeks a report with recommendations to help the Board of Supervisors regulate the private commuter shuttle services.
San Francisco Muni riders are getting a boost in Muni service starting this Saturday.