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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.

Lyft debuts new e-bike, rebrands old Ford GoBike as ‘Bay Wheels’

It’s a double-dip debut for Lyft’s bikeshare service in the Bay Area Tuesday.

Tourist-friendly GoCars that struggle with SF hills get a boost

For years, they were the little cars that couldn’t — couldn’t go up San Francisco’s hills, that is.

SF offers free swimming pool admission to help beat the heat

San Franciscans wilting in Monday’s hot weather may see relief, as The City is expected to cool off Monday night into Tuesday morning.

BART finds funding to launch pilot ‘ambassador’ program offering an unarmed alternative to police

A similar program on Muni targeting school routes is credited with reducing fights, bullying

Lyft sues San Francisco to block Uber and other bikeshare competitors

Move prompted by SFMTA plans to expand permits for companies with ‘dockless’ services

Caltrain adds seats on electrified train cars to curb bike-theft fears

Bicycle advocates have called for adding additional bike cars

Before a Skip e-scooter burned in D.C., another caught fire at the company’s SF warehouse

Local officials call for transparency after records reveal previously undisclosed ‘scooter fire’

‘Transit data error’ stops Google Maps from loading SF Muni directions

SFMTA reports issue should be fixed by Thursday or Friday

SFMTA board stalemates over plan to name Central Subway Chinatown station after Rose Pak

Controversial proposal inspired dueling rallies, heated testimony

SFO departures hall to be named after Mayor Ed Lee — but not the International Terminal itself

Airport Commission decision comes after a year of lobbying from Chinese community members