Street changes in Tenderloin provide some relief, but is it enough?

More space for kids to play and people to walk, still no more buses

BART receives $1.2 billion grant for Transbay Corridor Core Capacity Project

Largest grant in agency’s history provides ‘critical funding boost’

BART will run more trains on busiest commuter lines during peak hours, effective Monday

As ridership inches up, higher frequencies create more space for social distance

Caltrain won’t increase fares before end of fiscal year

Planned price hikes suspended to help essential workers who rely on transit

It’s been a dangerous week on San Francisco roads

Four collisions in last six days kill 1, injure 3

District Four’s fight for better mobility

Residents and Supervisor Gordon Mar have worked closely to greatly improve accessibility and safety

On the prospect of driving an SF taxi again

With the bread and butter of the business gone, should I attempt to get behind the wheel?

Muni information system one step closer to $89 million reboot

Real-time arrival data and trip-planning crucial to restoring riders’ faith in system

Funding for basic transit repairs and maintenance likely to be slashed

SFMTA director calls the capital budget forecast ‘grim’ for coming years

Muni Metro closed until end of the year, maybe longer

Transit director gives SFMTA Board a ‘ballpark’ date

New scooters hit San Francisco streets

Revel, recently known for fatal crashes in NYC, launches in San Francisco with new safety protocols

BART’s final revenue numbers roll in worse than expected

Most recent budget report projects $51 million operating budget deficit for current fiscal year

With traffic on the rise, city looks to congestion pricing as a possible fix

SFCTA survey asking for input on proposal to charge fee to vehicles driving downtown

Speed cameras could be key to achieving Vision Zero goals

City struggling to stem rising traffic deaths

School bus drivers to lose wages, health care after district cuts transportation funding

With no students to shuttle to campus with the return of the…

Lyft, Uber win stay of order requiring them to reclassify drivers as employees

Court decision puts off threatened shutdown by app-based companies seeking to influence state voters

Transit leaders release safety plan in bid to regain public trust

Leaders of five of the Bay Area’s major transit agencies convened at…

Vehicle tracking program uncovers high use of rentals by city departments

A program intended to save costs and improve safety by tracking The…

Supervisors block mayor’s nominee for SFMTA board — again

Sharon Lai unanimously accepted, Jane Natoli rejected 6-4