transportation

Muni ‘improvements’ could make things harder for seniors, disabled

Advocates say plans for return of Metro service on Aug. 22 may limit accessibility for some

SF teen arrested in crash that killed 1, injured 7 others

A San Francisco teenager was arrested Saturday evening after he allegedly struck…

Downtown Ferry Expansion Project opens for business

Years in the making, the fully completed project is a bright spot in a dark time for public transit

Tenderloin residents rally to demand return of 27-Bryant and 31-Balboa buses

Transit-dependent riders in the neighborhood say they’re cut off from essential services

Protected bike lane, safety measures proposed for dangerous stretch of Folsom Street

Folsom Street between Second and Fifth streets has been the site of…

Uber could halt service in California for months, chief says

Uber could shut down in California for several months if a court…

SFMTA to start collecting late fees on fines again starting September 1

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will begin collecting late fees for…

Uber, Lyft ordered to classify drivers as employees

California judge issues scathing decision granting preliminary injunction

Mayor Breed’s nominees for SFMTA board win support in committee

Sharon Lai and Jane Natoli await approval from full Board of Supervisors

Advocates call for permanent moratorium on ‘poverty tows’

Ron Trathen hates change. He recalls moving around a lot as a…

A self-funded, independent future for Caltrain?

Joint Powers Board approves governance reforms and a sales tax ballot measure

Public transportation officials nationwide ask Congress for $32 billion

Local agencies say future uncertain without additional federal aid

SFMTA Board passes ‘clean’ sales tax ballot measure to fund Caltrain

After a weeks-long impasse, tri-county leadership appears to have reached a compromise

Nomination delays, vacancies impair SFMTA board’s ability to vote

Supervisors to consider mayor’s nominees on Aug. 10

Jones Street getting more pedestrian space after months of community pressure

Pedestrians on Jones Street will have more room to walk as early…

SFMTA board rejects proposed ballot measure to fund Caltrain

Surprising vote leaves already uncertain future of Caltrain in question

Board of Supervisors approves Caltrain sales tax measure that includes governance reforms

Three-county struggle struggle over rail network’s leadership and accountability continues

San Francisco residents invited to provide input on the Bay Area of 2050

San Francisco residents are invited to give their input on the Bay…

As cars return to the road, so too does danger for cyclists and pedestrians

Recent months have seen a ‘statistically significant uptick’ in traffic violence

Muni arrival time system set to get $89 million upgrade

S.F. supes to consider funding six-year contract for modernized service