Lyft set to return e-bikes to SF streets after solving battery fire issue

After battery fires prompted Lyft to pull its rentable e-bikes from San…

I Drive SF: Winter is coming

Some days it seems like winter is already here.

Attendant program keeping BART elevators safe, clean expands to two more downtown stations

BART riders can expect clean elevators staffed by friendly attendants at Embarcadero…

Supes declare ‘emergency’ as traffic-related deaths increase

San Francisco adopted a goal in 2014 to reach zero traffic fatalities…

BART employee pulls man from path of train

John O’Conner is normally a humble sort, but on Sunday night he…

Two people in critical condition after weekend car crashes

A 20-year-old woman was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after…

California Street may lose a lane to bolster safety

Effort among first crop of ‘quick-build’ projects by SFMTA meant to address traffic dangers

Woman killed in Mission District 16th pedestrian death this year

A 69-year-old woman died Thursday night following a traffic collision involving a…

Lacking political support, new Presidio gate project in limbo

A project meant to revive a long-bricked-over Presidio gate has died a quiet death.

The high cost of living in California isn’t just financial

The image of laidback Californians is spurious at best.

No action on city threat to revoke Lyft’s e-bike permit

SF transportation officials threatened Lyft last month: Tell us why your electric…

Man killed in truck collision in Bayview District

Police are investigating a truck collision that killed a man Saturday night…

Bus yard housing plans call for more than 500 units, 50 percent affordable

Muni is set to build its first-ever housing development over a bus…

BART puts the brakes on proposed busking, panhandling ban

BART’s proposed ban on busking, panhandling and solicitation was stopped in its…

Woman, 72, struck by elderly driver while crossing the street

The pedestrian suffered injuries not considered life-threatening

Person struck by Caltrain in San Francisco

There were about 400 passengers and 90 bicycles aboard the train, and no other injuries were reported.

  • Oct 23, 2019

SF official threatens to pull support for $100 billion megameasure over Caltrain spat

Tuesday, San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton levied an ultimatum that could impact…

I Drive SF: When time is not on your side

It’s difficult to figure out how to get back on track once your timing is off. Do you speed up? Slow down? Take a detour?

Transbay BART tube reopens after service halted by sparks during rush hour

Sparks near the transbay tube prompted BART to halt some service between…