Category: Transit

Leading a bicycle coalition in San Francisco is a perilous ride

Riding a bike in San Francisco can be perilous. There are speeding cars and potholes. Then there is the politics…

2 days ago

Muni to speed up purchase of new Muni trains to ease commute crowding

Sardine-packed riders of the N-Judah, L-Taraval and other Muni train lines have reason to celebrate: more than a hundred new…

4 days ago

Parking-protected bike lane approved near 4th and King Caltrain Station

From no protection to full protection, cyclists just scored a major win on Townsend Street. The City’s transportation board approved…

5 days ago

When bloviating regulars are no longer worth the effort

It’s all fun and games until you realize you’ve been listening to the same passenger moan and complain in the…

5 days ago

New S.F. study opens door to exploring gender differences in environmental policies

Some San Franciscans remember a life in the 1950s before our “throwaway culture” took hold. Home cooked meals were the…

6 days ago

Bicycle advocate takes lead in BART board race

BART has a new voice from San Francisco’s West Side on its influential Board of Directors. Janice Li, the advocacy…

6 days ago

City bans RVs on small Ingleside street, promises to offer services first

Homeless RV dwellers will soon need to vacate an Ingleside Street after a vote by The City’s transportation board Tuesday.…

6 days ago

First-ever woman named SF Muni chief

The first-ever woman to lead Muni at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency was appointed last week, following the retirement…

7 days ago