Muni riders may start noticing San Francisco politicians taking selfies of themselves on buses and trains.
National and state transportation officials visited San Francisco Tuesday to learn about some of The City’s pedestrian and bike safety projects.
A public toilet and waste program in the Tenderloin that was set to end on Friday has been extended, with plans to expand.
San Francisco is about to get tough on vehicles blocking two key SoMa intersections.
The lowest-wage workers in San Francisco will receive a 3 percent pay bump come Jan. 1, when the minimum wage increases from $10.74 an hour to $11.05, Mayor Edwin Lee said Thursday.
A two-block stretch of McAllister Street will soon see pedestrian improvements.