Peninsula

The problem with BART parking? Not enough buses

And as part of raising and lowering prices, BART’s parking fee cap of $3 may also be on the way out.

 

California Public Utilities Commission blasts PG&E for its handling of power shutoffs

“The management and response of the company PG&E to the events, to the PSPS, have been absolutely unacceptable.”

 

I Drive SF: A loss in the taxi community

Over the following days, a pall has hung over the holding lot at SFO where drivers congregate between rides.

 

Updates: Second wave of PG&E shutdowns rolls into Bay Area; thousands more powerless

Follow along as the planned outages unfold around Northern California

Historic streetcars will see service cuts due to operator shortage

Muni can’t train enough operators to maintain its current level of service on the F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar line

Costs soar for shoreline protections as SFO plans for rising seas

Projected increase in water levels three times higher in recent estimates

BART to vote on spending $227 million for new headquarters

A 25-year sales tax bond would finance the deal.

Two mountain lion sightings reported in San Francisco

San Francisco park officials on Friday announced two confirmed mountain lion sightings in the city in recent weeks

Elected officials, community groups oppose housing development on Redwood City salt pond site

A group of elected officials and community organizations from across the Bay…

Two rescued after plane crash near Half Moon Bay

Two people escaped injury Tuesday evening in a plane crash into the…

Lyft driver who allegedly raped intoxicated passenger arrested

San Bruno police arrested a 46-year-old male Lyft driver on suspicion of…

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.

Man tried to lure teenager into his car

A man repeatedly tried to lure a teenage girl into his car on Tuesday afternoon in Mountain View, police said.

East Palo Alto police cruisers now equipped with defibrillators

The patrol vehicles of the East Palo Alto Police Department are now equipped with Automated External Defibrillators.

  • May 29, 2019

San Mateo County leader calls for free community college program like SF’s

Supervisor David Canepa suggests partnership similar to Free City program

SF man dies in hang gliding crash off Pacifica

Christopher Carillo, 44, landed in the ocean but was unable to make it to shore

Cow Palace board votes to end gun shows

Contract with organizers to end in 2020, will not be renewed

Person killed on Caltrain tracks in San Mateo

Service stopped at Hillsdale Station in both directions

Bay Area parents, Hollywood actress agree to plead guilty in college admissions scheme

Consultant William “Rick” Singer helped falsify college entrance exam results, bribe coaches

Person killed on Caltrain tracks in San Mateo

The death is transit agency’s third fatality of 2019