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SF to streamline approvals for protected bike lanes, other safety improvements

Proposal could cut as much as three months off time needed to implement projects

90 days later, plan to play favorites with SFO taxis finds some success

In a report released Friday, San Francisco regulators said a move to…

First class of laid-off Chariot drivers graduate Muni operator training

Four years ago, Ashley Mubatas joined private bus company Chariot and found…

SF Muni operators overwhelmingly approve their contract

Muni operators overwhelmingly voted to approve their contract with The City Thursday.

State regulators propose doubling Uber, Lyft per-ride fee

Planned charge to finance wheelchair transportation set to take effect in July

Transit enthusiasts rally to rescue ‘rare’ Muni bus headed for auction

1994 New Flyer one of the last vehicles of its kind

Pedestrian hit by driver at Geary and Laguna suffers life-threatening injuries

Intersection is on city’s high-injury network of most dangerous streets

SF bikeshare fleet set to nearly quadruple — but Lyft is trying to stop it

City announces new permits for dockless companies

State bill could dismantle SF regulations of bikeshare, e-scooters

Legislation backed by Uber, Bird would override local rules for ‘micro-mobility’ services

BART to double bike capacity on its new trains

Multi-purpose space can also accommodate strollers, large luggage

SF explores banning right turns at red lights

Turning right on red in San Francisco may soon be a thing…

BART mulls new gates designed to stop fare evaders

Cost estimates for installation systemwide range from $15 million to $135 million

Report: Uber and Lyft’s rise tanked wheelchair access to taxis

A new city report details the devastating drop in on-demand rides for the disability community after the rise of Uber and Lyft.

Delivery companies prompt a human vs robot showdown

Two years after ban and regulations passed, companies awaiting approval of testing permits

Woman caught in Muni door, dragged to tracks files claim against SF

Sunset District resident suffered collapsed lung, broken ribs, spinal and pelvic fractures

West Portal transit-only lane expected to speed up Muni metro service

SFMTA board approved project over objections of merchants who feared impact on business

Tentative contract deal could help end shortage of Muni drivers

Legislative analyst identified long wait for operators to reach full pay as factor in high turnover

Court rules Uber must turn over data on driver congestion, double parkers to San Francisco

City sought information from company to help respond to traffic impacts

Video shows ‘reckless’ drivers ignoring bike lane in Bay to Breakers traffic

Viral tweet prompts calls for protected bike lane on Folsom Street

The raid on a journalist’s home is San Francisco’s disgrace — and it has only gotten worse

San Francisco’s crackdown on a journalist in an effort to uncover his…