Regular Caltrain service to the 22nd Street and Fourth-and-King Street downtown station is expected to resume in time for the Monday morning commute.
A 35-year-old man was injured Friday night when the electric unicycle he was riding was struck by a car at the intersection of Valencia and Cesar Chavez.
Caltrain will add an additional day to its monthly pass rate starting next month.
Starting Monday, a third rail car has been added to more morning and afternoon Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit commuter runs.
Seventy percent of those surveyed rated overall Muni service as “excellent” or “good,” and eight percent as “poor.”
A major BART delay Friday evening was caused by burning debris underneath tracks inside the Transbay Tube.
The federal monitor who oversees the Oakland Police Department said in his latest report that the last few months are “perhaps the most trying time in OPD’s history.”
Thursday BART’s Board of Directors will consider fining passengers who take up more than one seat.
BART officials this spring will be researching a way to reduce crowding on trains and offering small cash rewards to people who participate in the …
A 2015 riders survey showed two-thirds of riders surveyed rated Muni service as “good” or “excellent.”
The SFMTA board unanimously approved a permanent commuter shuttle program Tuesday.
Beginning Sunday, Bay Area transit riders will be able to use their Clipper cards on four more transit agencies in the East Bay.
BART is expanding its fleet with a massive recycling project.
Muni is reminding riders there are several reroutes scheduled due to the running of the SF Marathon.
A motorcyclist was killed Thursday afternoon when he collided with a dump truck in unincorporated Marin County,
Ferry ridership from Larkspur to San Francisco tripled to 1,000 passengers Friday morning.
A transit company offering a high-end private bus service in San Francisco abruptly halted service this week in response to a cease and desist letter …
Caltrain officials are warning riders to expect delays in both directions after a person was fatally struck by a train in Atherton this afternoon.
Mark Farrell seeks a report with recommendations to help the Board of Supervisors regulate the private commuter shuttle services.
BART riders seem to have adjusted to bicycles on trains at all times.
The Oakland Police Department is at its highest rate of compliance after attempting to achieve reforms in the wake of the “Riders” scandal.
BART officials are advising that due to track maintenance, there is no direct service to Daly City from Dublin/Pleasanton or Fremont at this time.
BART directors voted unanimously today to approve an ordinance that allows the transit agency to ban electronic cigarettes on its trains and in its stations.
A new survey shows BART riders are less satisfied with service in 2014 — especially when they don’t get a seat.
A federal judge has ordered Oakland City Attorney Barbara Parker to turn over documents to a court-appointed official.
BART riders trying to get between San Francisco and the East Bay today are being told to find other means of transportation.
After reducing service during the last week in December, Muni is looking for other times of the year to do it again.