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Newsom’s CA budget includes $20 million for AB 5 enforcement

Funding will support investigations of labor law violations, increase in workers’ compensation claims

BART board signs off on WiFi service plan

Agency working with Muni, wireless vendor to provide cell phone, data service in tunnels and trains

Oakland Assemblymember may revive Bay Bridge bus lane proposal

Rob Bonta exploring legislation with support of BART board member

City Attorney: ‘Rogue’ scooter company created its own city permit, ‘fraudulently’ used Chamber of Commerce seal

San Francisco e-scooter company Go X “fraudulently” made up its own permit…

They’re back: Frequent bike lane foes challenge Page Street project

A duo that is notorious in transit and bicycling circles for efforts…

BART board to vote on unarmed ambassador proposal

Program intended to provide more staffing ‘presence,’ boost safety on trains during evening hours

Amateur analysis finds far more men bike Valencia than women

It’s well known that women are less likely to commute by bicycle…

Star Trek, Blade Runner designer also left legacy at BART

Syd Mead, a visual artist and futurist, died Monday from complications from…

End of an era: Market Street to go car free Jan. 29

Ban on private vehicles part of project to speed transit, improve pedestrian and bike safety

Former police union head raising money to recall Fewer — but she may not even be running

Former San Francisco Police Officer Association president Gary Delagnes is known for…

Lombard Street reopened after car strikes light pole

UPDATE 1:40 p.m.: Lombard Street has reopened to vehicle traffic and city…

Your New Year’s Eve SF transit guide: BART until 3 a.m., free Muni, free Caltrain

Free rides and extra service are in the wings for Bay Area transit this New Year’s Eve.

The top 10 best read SF transit stories of 2019

Here are the top 10 most-read transit stories from the San Francisco Examiner in 2019

Transit group walks back its comments opposing transit housing bill

That clap-back also may have earned the group the ire of its own members

100 years ago an engineer unlocked the Golden Gate Bridge’s beauty. Years later, his career ended in shame.

Seemingly hyperbolic — yet, actually wholly accurate — words are often used to describe the Golden Gate Bridge, the landmark that defines the City by the Bay.

Holiday decorations ‘ruled out’ as cause of Richmond District fire

While the cause of a Richmond District fire that killed a man…

Buses, trains and (lots of) cable cars: A look at SF Muni vehicles in video games

San Franciscans have shown their frustration with, and love for, Muni in…

Progressive supervisors call for SF planning commissioner to resign

UPDATE Dec. 24, 2019: Since this column published Monday night, Supervisor Hillary…

One dead in two-alarm Richmond District fire

A man pulled from a burning building in the Richmond District died…

SF e-scooter companies move to accept the good green

Cash payment options becoming more common in The City