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SFPD adds more traffic cops to their ranks

Street scofflaws beware: More traffic cops will soon roam San Francisco’s streets.…

Armed police or unarmed ambassadors? BART weighs conflicting visions for passenger safety

Agency’s proposed annual budget includes $2 million more for police, $500k more for fare inspectors

BART’s top official, Grace Crunican, announces ‘surprise’ departure

The general manager led the agency through a strike that crippled the Bay Area and also helped secured a $3.5 million bond

The little streetcar route that spurred the development of an SF neighborhood turns 100

One century ago, San Francisco’s West Side resembled photos of the Sahara desert: Sand dunes stretched far into the horizon.

When passenger safety becomes a casualty of innovation

I’ll never forget my first wasted girl.

Person killed on Caltrain tracks in San Mateo

Service stopped at Hillsdale Station in both directions

Repairs to Salesforce Transit Center near construction milestone

Repairs to the Salesforce Transit Center are about to hit a major…

Women sue Muni alleging fare-inspection manager bullied, groped subordinates

A manager in Muni’s fare inspection unit has been sued for allegedly…

Breed, Walton announce plan to end switchbacks on Muni T-Third ‘immediately’

Walton vowed to end practice shortly after he was sworn into office

Lawsuit seeking to block bridge toll hike fails

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association sued in July to block Regional Measure 3

UPDATED: Service resumes but some delays persist after death on BART tracks at El Cerrito del Norte Station

The Contra Costa County coroner’s office is investigating a death that occurred…

SFMTA official says SF supervisors ‘water down’ safety projects

In the 1976 film “Network,” fictional news anchor Howard Beale commands millions…

N-Judah train shutdown could affect Muni bus service citywide

Muni riders on bus routes along Chestnut Street, Geary Boulevard, and Mission…

Bridge toll lawsuit imperils funds for SF Bay hovercraft study

A lawsuit to halt Bay Area bridge toll increases could also torpedo…

When you lose taxis, you lose a sense of wonder – and safety

When you live with a rambunctious two-year old in a cramped one-bedroom apartment, ignoring background noise is the only way to not go insane.

Fiery SF waterfront advocate, Corinne Woods, dies at 72

Corinne Woods, a fierce waterfront advocate, died peacefully in her home Monday…

Many Muni drivers sleeping in their cars due to long commutes

Operators priced out of San Francisco argue for better wages, safe spaces to rest

Pedestrian struck, seriously injured by car near Golden Gate Park

A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and suffered life-threatening injuries on…

SF pledges new ‘action plan’ for dangerous streets

Ten people have died in traffic collisions on San Francisco’s streets this…