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City to double rate of bike rack installation

Bike racks are about to spring up across The City like wildflowers.…

He’s back: John Avalos pulls paperwork to run for Board of Supervisors

I’ve always wanted to say it, so here goes: Heeeeere’s Johnny! Yes,…

Man cited for eating sandwich on BART hires civil rights attorney John Burris, intends to sue

A man detained by BART police for eating a sandwich is expected…

After high-profile dismissals, Breed appoints new SFMTA director

Jeffrey Tumlin to lead Muni after sexual harassment scandal, operator shortage

Cyclist struck by driver sustains life-threatening injuries

Collision one of three Friday in which pedestrians, bike riders were injured

Prop. D victory could mean better service for Muni riders

Funds from Uber tax to go toward alleviating driver shortage

BART police call for ‘apology’ from board member who joined protest over sandwich citation

First came the sandwich, then came the fury. Shortly after BART General…

He’s back: Ron Conway dumps $50,000 in fund supporting Loftus for DA, Brown for supervisor

There’s sneaky, there’s real sneaky, then there’s Ron Conway. Conway, the tech-sector…

City Hall toilets knocked out by Van Ness BRT construction mishap

Friday, San Francisco leaders’ toilets fell silent. Not a flush. Not a…

Lyft set to return e-bikes to SF streets after solving battery fire issue

After battery fires prompted Lyft to pull its rentable e-bikes from San…

The winner in District 5 could face a significant new challenger next year

San Franciscan’s votes are still being tallied. The voting machines are still…

25 years later, evicted black tenants may get the last laugh against Vallie Brown

While it ain’t over ‘til it’s over, one clear sign that Supervisor…

Botched ballots in SF supervisor race not the only shadow cast over election day

Candidates, campaign consultants and The City’s movers-and-shakers had their heads hung low…

California Street may lose a lane to bolster safety

Effort among first crop of ‘quick-build’ projects by SFMTA meant to address traffic dangers

Lacking political support, new Presidio gate project in limbo

A project meant to revive a long-bricked-over Presidio gate has died a quiet death.

SF school bus drivers fear new contracts could lower safety standards

Changes to school transportation on the horizon

Supervisor Vallie Brown apologizes for falsely claiming former tenant didn’t pay rent

Apology comes after court documents emerge in decades-old eviction battle

No action on city threat to revoke Lyft’s e-bike permit

SF transportation officials threatened Lyft last month: Tell us why your electric…

Forecast: ‘Unhealthy’ air in San Francisco Monday

San Franciscans, it’s time to grab your masks again: The City’s air…

Bus yard housing plans call for more than 500 units, 50 percent affordable

Muni is set to build its first-ever housing development over a bus…