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After Muni’s rough month, city leaders consider restructuring agency’s leadership

April has been a rough month for Muni riders, the transit system…

Update: Muni subway service restored in time for end of Giants game

Train lines disrupted for more than twelve hours by power failure

Don’t worry — Doggie Diner head near SF Zoo will be removed, but only for a month

The historically-designated landmark will get “a new leash on life.”

Muni service slowed after drivers refuse to work overtime

Work action due to contract fight affecting bus lines citywide

BART board approves automated license plate surveillance in parking lots

Program was halted after concerns raised that data was going to ICE

Making ‘Auntie Rose’ proud: Breed swears-in Chinese commissioners

Also: Dennis Richards has a few caveats he would like to share

BART crackdown on fare evasion also shuts out wheelchair users

Agency to remove latches on SF station gates, look for solution that maintains accessibility

Golden Gate Bridge officials change anti-theft signs after objections surface

Images showing black stick figure in prison uniform drew complaints

Braking problems putting Muni’s new trains out of commission

Issues are the latest to emerge after reports of faulty door sensors, couplers

Muni locks back doors on new trains after woman caught, dragged in them

Back doors on all of Muni’s 68 new train cars will be…

Uber to share rider tracking data with SF in 911 emergencies

The data will also be used to dispatch San Francisco Police Department officers.

Planning Commissioners ready to take on single-family zoning

Debate over Senate Bill 50 might pave the way for increased density

SF politicos to halt new Muni train funding after media exposes faulty doors, couplers

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency wants $62 million from The City…

UPDATE: State launches investigation into Muni doors that trapped and dragged a woman

SFMTA officials say they have installed new edge sensors on seven new trains

Ford GoBike, Jump brake manufacturer fires back: ‘this is not a Shimano brake issue’

Both companies have pulled e-bikes from SF streets to address braking problems

Scoot pulls its e-scooters off SF streets to install theft-preventing tech

Scoot reported 453 of its e-scooters stolen in San Francisco from October 2018 to February 2019.

Teen soccer players ask City Hall for safer Lake Merced street where teammate killed

A driver struck 14-year-old Madlen Koteva as she crossed John Muir Drive,…

New Muni trains delivered with defective doors

Rider caught in door, dragged onto tracks and hospitalized due to lack of vital safety mechanism

Bicyclist struck by truck near Mission Creek suffers serious injuries

Pedestrian also injured Tuesday in separate collision

Who needs cars? Aggressive transit plan for Chase Arena discourages driving

When Metallica plays at ear-splitting decibels in the soon-to-open Chase Center in…