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The sound of cable car bells will fall silent one line at a time in order for San Francisco’s transit agency to overhaul and restore four gearboxes.
A new permit program is taking aim at a new form of bike sharing where the bikes are not returned to a station or dock.
The SFMTA is working on rules that would require companies like Chariot to apply for a permit to operate The City.
San Francisco's Residential Parking Permit may soon be overhauled to address issuing too many parking permits for too few parking spaces.
The SFMTA is once again delaying a project to replace the rail tracks inside the Twin Peaks Tunnel.
San Francisco is welcoming back a historic streetcar dedicated to gay rights activist and former Supervisor Harvey Milk.
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority board approved further study of a reservation and toll system for Lombard Street driver.
Bluegogo and other dockless bike sharing companies who want to deploy their bikes on San Francisco streets will now have to play by rules.
Replacing equipment that pulls San Francisco’s iconic cable cars will require the shutdown of individual cable car lines.
Dockless bike sharing companies may soon need to abide by San Francisco’s rules if they want to do business here.
Results of a pilot that incentivized BART riders to shift their morning commutes to off-peak hours showed promising results.
A popular street for pedestrians, bicyclists and even tour buses in San Francisco’s Richmond District to get to and from Golden Gate Park may soon see changes.
One option off the table for the BART budget staff to study is to raise the minimum fare.
Pedestrian and traffic improvements are coming to a 1.7 mile stretch of Palou Avenue in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood.
San Francisco’s transit agency is seeking reimbursement from a motorist’s insurance company after the person reportedly drove into a Muni tunnel.
One of Muni’s oldest rail lines is turning the big 100 in August of this year.
Transit officials are seeking to reduce traffic congestion and improve Muni's M-Ocean View line on 19th Avenue.
The first dirt was dug up by construction crews Wednesday, and now the real work begins.
The Monday night and Tuesday afternoon commute for J-Church and N-Judah Muni passengers was not a pleasant one.
San Francisco is testing new electronic signs along Third Street in hopes of preventing drivers from making illegal left turns.
Wiring inside an equipment room located at the Muni Metro Van Ness Station will soon get repaired after water flooded the room and caused damage.
A new report shows the average speed for Muni’s motor coaches is 8.1 miles per hour – the slowest among 16 U.S. cities.
Concerned bicyclists stopped by the Mission Police Station Community Room Wednesday night to give feedback on a treacherous portion of 17th Street.
Pedestrians at this busy Chinatown intersection streets are now able to legally cross the street diagonally.
The SFMTA board of directors approved a permanent role for San Francisco's Commuter Shuttle Permit Program.
San Francisco Muni riders should take note of changes to several Muni routes that will take effect on Feb. 25.
Roughly 25,000 utility customers were without electrical service as of Monday evening due to widespread power outages.
San Francisco is considering charging visitors who drive on the “Crookedest Street” to better manage congestion.
A project to replace the aging rail tracks inside the 100-year old Twin Peaks Tunnel is about to finally start.
San Francisco's Muni buses will soon be equipped with a new radio system that moves the transit system into the digital world.
London Breed is wondering publicly why the SFMTA is spending the 2014 voter-approved $500 million transportation bond so slowly.
San Francisco and San Jose could be among the first cities in California to install automated speed enforcement cameras under a five-year pilot.
Opponents of a plan to create separated bus-only lanes through much of the busy Geary corridor have filed a lawsuit seeking to block it from moving forward.
Passengers can expect to see a three-car N-Judah in service along the entire heavily-used Metro line by the fall.
Officials with the San Mateo County Transit District said they have received a $3.4 million grant to install a system that will give buses priority at traffic lights on part of El Camino Real.
San Francisco tourists and residents who want to learn more about Muni’s past should head to the Kirkland bus yard near Fisherman’s Wharf.