Transit

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

BART police to carry life-saving drug Narcan

Fast-acting nasal spray can prevent overdose deaths

  • May 24, 2019

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

When even the Warriors don’t cheer people up

Despite not wanting to set a bad example for my two-year-old by staring at a phone all day on the couch.

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

Pedestrian seriously injured in Tenderloin collision

Vehicle strikes man at Jones and Eddy streets

Just another Wednesday night in San Francisco

Given the opportunity for a do over, I never would have worked last Wednesday.

16th Street neighbors fear red bus lanes drive gentrification

Does the 22-Fillmore serve the Mission’s Latino community? That’s a question neighbors…

Muni testing fix for its malfunctioning train car doors

Problems with safety sensors, couplers have plagued light-rail vehicles

#UberLyftStrike likely had more impact on public opinion than on traffic

Data shows little change in number of cars in most congested neighborhoods during the labor action