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SFO says weekend pickup delays at its ride-hail lot are showing ‘improvement.’ Uber and Lyft aren’t buying it.

Riders report major backups after pickups moved away from terminals to Domestic Garage

Judge dismisses cabbies’ age-discrimination lawsuit against SFO taxi ban

A U.S. District Court judge dismissed a taxi industry lawsuit challenging a…

Man tapped to lead SF emergency department arrested in Stockton for spousal abuse

San Francisco’s newest top emergency official was arrested in Stockton, CA on…

Feds award BART part of $1.2 billion grant to ease crowding and buy 300 new trains

Announcement came as agency was poised to hold Twitter “town hall” on need for funds

Mayor Breed’s teacher housing plan lacks key supporters — teachers

The Mayor’s Office turned in paperwork to the Department of Elections for a major teacher housing ballot initiative.

City approves protected bike lanes, transit improvements for Howard and Folsom streets

Safety improvements target areas where three cyclists have been killed since 2013

  • Jun 18, 2019

Mandelman to hold hearing on working conditions for gig workers to boost push for labor protections

Call for debate comes as drivers rally outside Uber headquarters

Staff cuts leave city garages unattended

Attendant positions cut in response to reduced demand for parking, improved technology

New Richmond to SF ferry service nets ‘incredible’ ridership growth

A ferry route launched in January from Richmond to San Francisco was…

SF supervisor candidate Dean Preston to ‘rogue’ landlords: ‘We should run you out of town’

Sometimes two political candidates are so similar, it’s a toss-up. Why even…

Muni removing unofficial transgender safety signs in San Francisco

With San Francisco’s annual Pride Parade just weeks away, a transgender-rights tussle is brewing aboard The City’s roving town square.

Plan for second BART Transbay Tube takes step forward

The Bay Area’s second BART Transbay Tube may still be a glimmer in planners’ eyes.

BART board approves low-income riders discount and raises fares for everyone else

BART approved a discount pilot program for low-income riders Thursday, while also approving future fare increases across the board.

SF won’t grant new bikeshare permits during legal battle with Lyft

Ride-hail company sought temporary restraining order against SFMTA.

New BART fare gate clamps down on people with disabilities

Corbett Otoole and Tara Ayres are neighbors and friends. They also both use wheelchairs.

Goodbye heat, hello fog — SF starts to cool down

On Wednesday, temperatures dropped neary 20 degrees after early-week highs in the 90s.

Japantown power outage impacts thousands, knocks out traffic lights

Thousands are without power after an outage hit San Francisco’s north-eastern neighborhoods…

Ousted e-scooter company Bird purchases rival Scoot, acquiring SF permit

Bird has already been approved to continue operating Scoot in The City

SF won’t find new Muni leader before current director leaves

Ed Reiskin, the city director in charge of Muni, bike lane planning, street design and parking enforcement officers, is on his way out.

Salesforce Transit Center to reopen July 1

The Salesforce Transit Center is cleared to reopen, its steel structure deemed “sound” for service.