A new era has officially begun on one of San Francisco’s busiest corridors, one transit officials say will increase safety for pedestrians and bicyclists, and …
Jeffrey Tumlin accepted the job of leading San Francisco’s transit agency with an awareness of the challenges ahead. As the next permanent director of transportation, …
Electric buses will soon be put to the test on San Francisco city streets as part of an effort to implement an all-electric fleet by …
San Francisco’s Market Street is about to undergo dramatic changes. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors Tuesday unanimously approved the Better Market …
For two weeks starting Aug. 12, Muni Metro service will cut back evening hours to to improve subway reliability and prevent future breakdowns. Subway service …
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency announced Thursday that Julie Kirschbaum will lead the day-to-day operations of Muni.
The April 26 incident that crippled the subway for approximately 13 hours could have been prevented.
Mayor London Breed sent a letter to the governing board of the transit agency urging them to begin their search.
San Francisco’s shiny new trains are working well, with the exception of one slippery problem.
There were a total of 15,000 minutes of delays, or about 250 hours, inside the subway for month of January.
Transit officials are changing their direction on how to spend millions of dollars in windfall money.
Tansit officials are hoping big ideas and aggressive recruiting will resolve staffing issues.
The SFMTA is on track to receive the remaining 68 of its new expansion trains by next fall.
Dozens of cab drivers spoke against taxi reforms that transit officials say will help suffering workers.
The SFMTA is preparing to get rid of its old NextBus system and upgrade to what transit officials say will be a more robust and accurate system
Private transit shuttles will be able to use the red transit-only lane as part of San Francisco’s Geary Rapid Project.
Sixteen blocks in Bernal Heights will join San Francisco’s residential parking permit program under strict caps on car owners.
Electric moped company Scoot will now become a permanent fixture on San Francisco’s shared ride landscape.
A new permit program is taking aim at a new form of bike sharing where the bikes are not returned to a station or dock.