transportation

Sidewalk widening to help ease crowding in Tenderloin

Jones Street project approved to give pedestrians and cyclists more space

Counties wrangle over propsed sales tax measure, control of Caltrain

A proposal for a one-eighth cent sales tax levied on transactions within…

Plans in the works to make Fulton Street safer

The San Francisco Transportation Municipal Agency is weighing plans to make Fulton…

Speed bumps added on Dolores Street after skateboarding injuries

City officials hurried to add new speed bumps to Dolores Street near…

Life without Muni presents hardships for seniors and disabled residents

James Pounders is a regular at the Trader Joe’s on Fourth and…

SFMTA proposes car-free Golden Gate Park mileage, new Slow Streets

The Board will vote on the third phase of the program next week

Work to begin on temporary Fell Street bike lane

New pathway expected to be ready for use in early August

Caltrain’s future in jeopardy after supervisors block sales tax measure

Roughly 90 minutes into Tuesday’s San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting, local…

SFMTA settles two cases against former Muni head, faces another lawsuit

Most recent, filed in March, alleges retaliation for cooperating with an internal investigation

Crowded neighborhoods left out of Slow Streets

Tenderloin, SoMa seen as bad fit for car-free program

Riders should expect big changes when Muni rail returns in August

Reconfigured routes will mean fewer, longer trains through tunnel

Half of Golden Gate Transit commuter buses suspended starting Sunday

Some routes have had as few as one passenger at a time

‘No timetable’ for cable car return, SFMTA says

How the temporary absence of cable cars means more than just a loss of transit routes

Buoyed by public support, Caltrain one-step closer to considering 1/8-cent sales tax

Agency’s governing body will meet Thursday to discuss new poll results and future of ballot measure

Paper or plastic? BART will soon offer no choice.

Four more San Francisco stations will stop selling paper tickets this month

SFMTA will install transit-only lane on Beale St this week

A two-way bike protected bike path and wider sidewalks to follow

Uber, Lyft and DoorDash bring their battle against AB5 to November ballot

Measure would classify app-based drivers as independent contractors, offer some additional benefits

Pedestrian struck by Muni bus in Tenderloin

A Muni bus hit a pedestrian on Market Street Wednesday afternoon, according…

Free Muni for Youth program expansion halted by SFMTA budget crisis

Low- and moderate-income kids can still travel for free

Parking meter pricing, time limits and enforcement to resume Monday

SFMTA hopes to discourage drivers from crowding commercial corridors, help small businesses