Transit

I Drive SF: How I became a self loathing pandemic hoarder

Standing in line outside Trader Joe’s with 50 other people, I begin to question my resolve.

Sunset supervisor wants to keep Great Highway car free during crisis

Mar eyes empty roadway as ideal space for bicylists and pedestrians

SFMTA releases full list of planned cuts to bus service

Agency to maintain full service on 17 of 89 routes

Muni to stop running nearly every route in SF — more than 70 lines

UPDATE: 11:09 p.m.: Sources within the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency said…

I Drive SF: The luxury of being bored

It goes without saying that the past few weeks have been a whirlwind of emotions: fear, isolation and the uncertainty of when/if things will ever be normal again

Plummeting Bay Area bridge traffic finally levels off

All told, weekday Bay Area traffic volumes are down by half, which has remained consistent from March 23 through this week.

A second SF Muni operator tests positive for COVID-19

A second Muni operator has tested positive for COVID-19, the San Francisco…

BART considers eliminating Sunday service

Agency weighing worst-case scenarios as ridership falls more than 90 percent

Muni replacing subway service with buses, canceling ‘Rapid’ bus routes

Coronavirus leads to ridership drop and prompts cost cutting measures

BART GM calls transit funding in federal stimulus package a ‘critical lifeline’

A $2 trillion federal novel coronavirus stimulus package will include $25 billion…

SF Muni operator tests positive for COVID-19

A Muni bus operator has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to…

Fearing coronavirus, Muni operators demand more protection

Drivers refusing to accept cash fares, asking customers to use the back door

BART cuts service hours to cut losses caused by low ridership

Agency seeking financial help from local, state and federal governments

Coronavirus pushes SF e-scooter companies to ‘pause’ operations

Spin is only operator to maintain service with SFMTA’s backing

Can taxis survive the COVID-19 pandemic?

It’s the end of the taxi industry as we’ve known it and, honestly, I don’t know what to feel anymore.

Muni losing $1 million weekly amid coronavirus ridership drop

Agency to cut service during lockdown, considering long-term fare increases

Transit agencies adjust service due to ridership drop

Public transit agencies on the Peninsula on Friday announced service adjustments for…

SF car-free event Sunday Streets canceled through June amid coronavirus fears

San Francisco’s “Sunday Streets” program has been canceled through June amid coronavirus…

San Francisco traffic falls dramatically in wake of coronavirus

‘Holiday-level’ drop in cars on the road making freeways move faster