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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.
The SFMTA received a key approval Tuesday to extract two tunnel-boring machines at the abandoned Pagoda Palace theater in North Beach.
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