Transit

Ford GoBike, Jump brake manufacturer fires back: ‘this is not a Shimano brake issue’

Both companies have pulled e-bikes from SF streets to address braking problems

Scoot pulls its e-scooters off SF streets to install theft-preventing tech

Scoot reported 453 of its e-scooters stolen in San Francisco from October 2018 to February 2019.

Teen soccer players ask City Hall for safer Lake Merced street where teammate killed

A driver struck 14-year-old Madlen Koteva as she crossed John Muir Drive,…

New Muni trains delivered with defective doors

Rider caught in door, dragged onto tracks and hospitalized due to lack of vital safety mechanism

City officials join students in assembly for Bike and Roll to School Week

Students, families, and local leaders ditched their cars in favor of bikes…

Bicyclist struck by truck near Mission Creek suffers serious injuries

Pedestrian also injured Tuesday in separate collision

Who needs cars? Aggressive transit plan for Chase Arena discourages driving

When Metallica plays at ear-splitting decibels in the soon-to-open Chase Center in…

Proposal to provide safe parking for RVs gains support

Mayor promises $1M in funding for program to help homeless living in vehicles

Large truck hits woman near Balboa Park BART station

Victim taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries; driver cooperating with police

Ford GoBike suspends electric-assist bike service after braking issues reported

Ford GoBike is pulling its electric-assist bicycles off the streets. Riders complained…

State legislation could allow SF to charge drivers on “crooked street”

Assemblymember Phil Ting to announce details Monday

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…