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Bike advocates received surprising news when officials announced plans are moving ahead for the long-anticipated protected bikeway.
The home made by famous by the 1980s sitcom Full House and its revival has caused quite a stir for neighbors.
Muni riders may get an extra 30 minutes to make transfers between buses and trains.
Plans were discussed for next February when trains will begin service one hour later during seismic upgrades.
Another left turn on Van Ness Avenue will get permanently removed Friday by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
San Francisco transportation officials got a taste of what it is like riding inside an all-electric bus.
A final plan to calm traffic along Eighth Avenue in the Richmond will no longer include traffic diversion to adjacent parallel streets.
Caltrain will add an additional day to its monthly pass rate starting next month.
San Francisco transit officials celebrated the opening of the new Islais Creek Muni bus yard.
Another NBA championship. Another parade in Oakland, this one Tuesday, with no rally afterward.
Now approaching, two-car N-Judah train in zero minutes.
A measure to fund highway and transit improvements via tolls on state-owned bridges is leading as of early Wednesday morning.
The SFMTA has finalized a start and end date for a two-month closure of the 100-year-old Twin Peaks Tunnel
Service disruption due to a Muni train derailing Friday morning at Castro Station could stretch into the afternoon commute.
Companies have until June 4 to remove scooters before permits are expected to be issued by the end of June.
San Francisco is taking a step in committing to an all-electric fleet of buses — in 17 years.
Pedestrians and people with mobility issues will now have more time to cross San Francisco streets.
Community organizers and city officials celebrated a new mid-block signalized crosswalk last Friday
A report released by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency recommends full-service taxicab companies be allowed to set their own fares.
About 30 bikers and scooter riders lined the bicycle lane on Howard between Seventh and Eighth streets Wednesday evening.
The SFMTA board approved a 12-month pilot program that grants up to five permits to electric scooter operators.
San Francisco’s first bus rapid transit system along Van Ness Avenue is facing another delay.
Caltrans has released its first-ever bicycle and pedestrian plan to improve and organize “active transportation” methods in California.
The plan sets a goal of creating safe biking and walking conditions on California roads for people of all ages, abilities and…
San Francisco officials approved legislation on Tuesday to regulate the dockless electric scooters that began appearing on city streets last month.
San Francisco is getting close to regulating the dockless electric scooters that have flooded city sidewalks since mid-March.
A miniaturized San Francisco street intersection was on display Friday afternoon at Jean Parker Elementary School.
More than 60 electric scooters were swept away by San Francisco’s Department of Works early Friday.
Supervisor Norman Yee is calling for a working group to come up with recommendations on regulations and a permitting process for emerging technologies.
All Bay Area ferryboats that serve commuters and tourists will soon switch from regular diesel to renewable diesel fuel.
San Francisco officials are making it clear: There is no proposal to ban the dockless electric scooters seen proliferating on city streets the last month.
Caltrain bicyclists will be allowed first access to bike cars beginning Monday in a five-week pilot program to improve efficiency, Caltrain officials said.
BART officials are seeking the public’s input on the type of bus service they would like to see when the transit system has to begin an hour later each morning.
A San Francisco man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with Saturday's stabbing at the Oakland Coliseum BART station, a transit agency spokeswoman said.
Walk to Work Day began for some city officials by celebrating a new traffic signal early Thursday morning.
A San Francisco Municipal Railway train made contact with a vehicle in the Sunset Thursday morning, injuring one person in the vehicle and causing delays on the N-Judah line, Muni officials said.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is adding a new Muni fare option as part of its $1.2 billion, two-year budget.