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Transbay BART service is back after ‘major’ medical emergency — residual delay will follow

BART has resumed full service across the Bay and through Montgomery Station…

Officials cut ribbon on new Muni platform for Warriors’ games — but they didn’t take the train to get there

Beefed up transit stop part of push to get Chase Arena visitors out of their cars, alleviate traffic

Uber and Lyft traffic impacts double SF’s own estimates

Uber and Lyft are causing even more traffic congestion in San Francisco than local experts once thought.

Two displaced in one-alarm Laurel Heights blaze

One person has been hospitalized for smoke inhalation after a house fire…

Federal monitor warns Caltrain electrification project faces two-year delay

Independent June report calls progress far behind original schedule.

Vallie Brown tops progressive challenger in District 5 supervisor campaign fundraising

New filings show Dean Preston drawing more donations from outside district

Lyft halts e-bike program after bicycle batteries catch fire in SF

The flames appear to have originated from the battery

Homelessness grows on SF’s sleepy west side

Ah, The Avenues. San Francisco’s sleepy suburbs, where you can’t walk two…

‘How can you live with yourself?’ — SF official confronts Sen. Ted Cruz on detention centers

San Francisco politicians angrily spout off about President Donald Trump and Republicans…

Secrets, struggles and cameos in ‘Last Black Man in San Francisco’

OK San Francisco, I’ve waited — impatiently, expectantly — two months since…

Program to keep BART elevators poop-free set to expand in downtown SF

Embarcadero, Montgomery stations soon to get attendants

Anti-corporate candidate runs for SF Pride Board

LGBTQ progressives are preparing to tear down San Francisco Pride’s corporate rainbows.…

BART board appoints new agency leader, who will go on rider ‘listening tour’

Thursday morning the BART Board of Directors is scheduled to vote on their new leadership in a closed session, according to their public agenda.

Will San Francisco finally install speed enforcement cameras?

“No one should feel they’re risking their lives by simply crossing the street,” Tony Montoya, president of the POA, told the Examiner on Tuesday.

No-interest loans or cash grants? SF weighs how to help merchants during lengthy construction

San Francisco’s myriad government branches are in agreement that businesses on Van…

Pedestrian advocates call for ‘state of emergency’ after two deaths in past week

SFMTA commits to immediate safety measures in area of most recent fatal collision

Central Subway contractor dispute threatens to bust budget

Muni’s $1.6 billion Central Subway project is nearly out of money. An…

Free Muni, Uber crackdowns and bikeshare support — D5 supervisor candidates stake out transportation positions

Free Muni for all, car-free streets, a crackdown on scofflaw Uber drivers,…

Flooding capped — Muni trains resume service at Embarcadero station

Eastbound BART trains are now stopping at the Embarcadero Station in San Francisco Thursday morning after a water drainage issue.

Another SF cab company faces closure

Town Taxi in dissolution talks with city after more than 20 years in the business