After nine full days of transit disruptions, traffic shutdowns and bike path closures, normalcy returned for hundreds of thousands of commuters Monday.
Centered on construction projects in the Duboce Triangle and Cole Valley neighborhoods, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s “long shutdown” was a big pain for commuters, but there are now big-time improvements as a result of the work. Read More
Increased enforcement and new traffic-calming measures could finally give residents in the Buena Vista and Cole Valley neighborhoods relief from speeding motorists. Read More
It may be a Monday, but people all over the Bay Area will have plenty of opportunities to celebrate Halloween today.The Hell on Wheels Haunted House at 346 Fair Oak St. in San Francisco is in its fourth year and, in coordination with San Francisco Recreation and Parks, will produce “The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls.” Read More
Portions of Muni’s heavily-used N-Judah line will be closed down next year due to construction work on Carl Street in San Francisco's Cole Valley neighborhood.
The $18.3 million project, expected to begin in February, will replace tracks on Carl Street between Arguello Boulevard and Cole Street. Read More