Tag: transit

Firefighters union asks mayoral candidates for veto power over bike lanes, pedestrian safety projects

Firefighters want their department to wield veto power over Vision Zero street safety projects — which often include bike lanes…

5 months ago

Push to break up SF transit agency put on hold

An effort to split up San Francisco’s biggest transit agency is being pushed to the backburner in favor of a…

5 months ago

Poll: SF residents split on transit-only ‘red carpet’ lanes

San Francisco remains divided on the “red carpet” transit-only lanes that are appearing throughout The City, according to a new…

5 months ago

Supervisor stalls $15M for Market Street safety project, citing concerns

A San Francisco supervisor is calling into question a seven-year-long planning process to transform Market Street, which may stall funding…

12 months ago

Bike, homeless groups oppose bill cracking down on SF’s bicycle ‘chop shops’

San Francisco is seemingly out of reach of achieving its goal of a 50 percent reduction in stolen bicycles by…

12 months ago

BART finishes installing security cameras on all train cars

BART officials said Wednesday they have completed installing security cameras in all of their train cars at a cost of…

12 months ago

Mayor Lee joins 3 other West Coast cities calling for more municipal electric vehicles

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee joined mayors in Portland, Los Angeles and Seattle on Monday to challenge car manufacturers to…

1 year ago

Top SF transit official frustrated by lack of Uber, Lyft regulations

San Francisco plays almost no role in regulating Uber and Lyft locally. Not on traffic congestion, not on criminal background…

1 year ago