Transit

Report: New leadership needed to finally bring trains to Salesforce Transit Center

The Bay Area should conduct a national search for new leadership to…

Pilot program for Lombard Street toll nears approval

Funding to create a toll system on the part of Lombard known…

Fleet Week flies back into San Francisco

Airshow expected to draw more than 300,000 people a day this weekend

  • Oct 7, 2019

SF weekend traffic guide: Hardly Strictly, Castro Street Fair, and Warriors

Bluegrass, Castro festivities and Warriors’ games are hitting San Francisco this weekend,…

SF e-scooter companies may use permit loophole to skirt hiring requirements

Roughly a hundred years ago, on any given dock, on any given…

A decade in the making, car-free Market Street faces final approval

From Main Street near the Embarcadero to Van Ness Boulevard, cars will not be allowed to run the length of Market.

I Drive SF: Playing the tipping game

When you deal with lots of cash, someone always wants a piece of the action.

‘You don’t get there if you’re not listening’

BART general manager launches ‘listening tour’ to hear rider concerns across system

Car fire on Bay Bridge slows morning commute

A flaming car sat on the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge upper…

Mayor Breed signals support for SFMTA scooter policy

After transit officials announced this week that nearly 10,000 e-scooters may soon…

SF threatens to revoke Lyft’s e-bike permit

San Francisco transit officials have threatened to pull Lyft’s permit to operate…

Driving an early morning shift

Despite the allure of a San Francisco morning, this isn’t how I expected to begin my day.

SF to allow 10,000 e-scooters citywide, raising fears of ‘scooter-geddon part two’

Four e-scooter companies just won a coveted permit to rent electric kick scooters in San Francisco.

SF lawmakers warn Caltrain to come clean on electrification project delays

Caltrain officials took a drubbing from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors…

New Muni trains breaking down far less often

SFMTA working to resolve mechanical problems and improve reliability

New BART cars continue to trickle in

State regulators certified five new BART railcars for service on Friday, bringing…

SF supervisor candidates back car-free streets

District 5 hopeful Preston pitches network of bike-only roads to prevent traffic deaths

Death on BART tracks prompts major systemwide delay

An unidentified person entered the trackway at Powell Street BART station and was struck by a train.

A chaotic week of cab driving

Despite feeling out of synch most of the week, there was also a weird synchronicity at play.

Bay Area to study integrating fares among region’s transit agencies

Improving discounts and transfers could give riders new incentives to travel by train and bus