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Deep inside the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s office is a Christmas tree like no other.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will be ushering the New Year with higher Muni fares starting on Jan. 1, 2017.
San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin was voted in Tuesday as the new chair of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
Cable car operators and staff from the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency brought holiday cheer to seniors inside the transit agency’s headquarters.
Underground storage tanks will soon get replaced at three San Francisco Muni facilities in order to meet state regulations.
San Francisco transit officials decided that names of public transit stations should indicate a geographic destination and not be named after people.
San Francisco transit officials have estimate $50,000 in fare revenue were lost last weekend because of a malicious software attack.
San Francisco Muni riders surveyed this year continue to give the transit system high marks.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are now working with San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency after the transit agency was hit by a cyber attack.
The BART Police Department is making its presence more prominent at two San Francisco BART stations.
A policy opening the door to name Muni transit stations and stops after people is heading to the SFMTA board next month.
Protected-parking bike lanes are coming to Seventh and Eighth streets as part of near-term improvements for both streets.
Residents in San Francisco were not impressed with the results of a mid-year report on The City’s Commuter Shuttle Program.
A mid-year status report on San Francisco’s Commuter Shuttle Program contends most shuttle companies are behaving.
Car-sharing company Getaround is adding City Car Share's 200 vehicles to its arsenal of short-term rentals.
Bay Area voters in BART's three-district counties approved a $3.5 billion bond measure Tuesday night that will go toward repairing the transit system's aging infrastructure.
BART's 3.5 billion bond measure is holding on to the required combined two-thirds approval in the transit district's three Bay Area counties.
Voters deemed a three-quarters cent sales tax bump too steep a cost for increased transit and homeless services.
Nine new speed humps and a raised crosswalk inside the western portion of Golden Gate Park are now complete.
Muni has started implementing service improvements on routes in neighborhoods where there is a high usage of public transit use by low-income residents, seniors and people with disabilities.
A reincarnation of Muni’s Castro train shuttle is making a triumphant return to the subway next month.
A stretch of San Bruno Avenue in San Francisco will soon have more reliable transit service and additional safety measures for pedestrians.
Since Muni implemented new two-car N-Judah train shuttles last month in the Cole Valley neighborhood, some riders are no longer left stranded.
Officials looked at a projection of population density by 2040 to determine future ridership demand.
BART invited the public to see, touch, and sit in three of their new "Fleet of the Future" cars Saturday.
A San Francisco police officer is in critical condition, but is alert and with family members after being shot in the head.
San Francisco transit officials are making headway on one of Mayor Ed Lee’s directive to complete near-term bike and pedestrian safety improvements.
A group taking bike and pedestrian safety measures into its own hands was at it again this week.
Despite a computer glitch that led a trolley bus to crash into a parked vehicle Monday, transit officials say the buses are safe.
Work to replace outdated and worn-out escalators and elevators from the 1970s continues inside Muni Metro stations.
The much-talked about and highly-anticipated Van Ness bus rapid transit system will finally start construction this month.
Overhead wiring and support poles that support Muni’s 33-Ashbury/18th electric trolley buses will soon get replaced.
Despite signs, lights and speed bumps, private vehicles continue to try to enter Muni Metro tunnels.
Drivers in San Francisco who like to drive faster than the posted speed limit better listen up.
Proponents of two propositions on the Nov. 8 ballot kicked off their campaign on Wednesday at San Francisco City Hall.
A lot of work goes into repairing and rebuilding San Francisco’s most recognizable and iconic rolling landmarks.