Category: Transit

City makes free controversial Dolores Street ‘parking for God’ permanent

Once decried as “parking for God” by car-less critics, The City's once-controversial program to provide free church parking is here…

15 hours ago

City approves tour bus ban near ‘Full House’ house

“Cut it out!” That’s a popular catch-phrase from the 1990s sitcom Full House, but also the sentiment of irate neighbors…

24 hours ago

Townsend corridor bicycle safety measures to be constructed

San Francisco’s cyclists won an unexpected victory Tuesday when the city reversed its decision to delay bike safety improvements on…

1 day ago

‘Ghost bike’ laid at site where pedicab operator struck, killed — surviving friends call for action

Friends of a recently killed pedicab operator are calling on The City to make the Embarcadero safer. Kevin Manning, 66…

2 days ago

Peskin expands SF rideshare tax to include self-driving vehicle companies, e-commerce websites

A gross receipts tax on so-called “rideshares” in San Francisco for this November’s ballot — including Uber and Lyft —…

2 days ago

Free bike rental program for SF State students threatened after Lyft buys bikeshare company

The City may withdraw funding intended to offer free bike rentals to San Francisco State University’s poorest students due to…

3 days ago

City proposes banning tour buses at ‘Full House’ house

“Everywhere you look” is the hook to the theme song for the 1990s TV sitcom “Full House,” but it’s also…

6 days ago

Early morning BART service cuts could affect Mission District commuters

Cuts to early morning service planned to allow for maintenance work could disproportionately hurt San Francisco’s Mission District, BART officials…

6 days ago