The San Francisco City Attorney’s office is sending a message to repeat graffiti offenders who continue to tag city property: Get caught and pay the price.
Muni riders may start noticing San Francisco politicians taking selfies of themselves on buses and trains.
Officials announced Monday that The City plans to infuse more funds to the normally cash-strapped Municipal Transportation Agency.
London Breed beat out David Campos in an election for Board of Supervisors president.
Muni riders can rest assured — new light rail vehicles are on track for 2017.
14 fewer seats on Muni Metro trains means room for 26 additional standing riders.
Repeat graffiti offenders in San Francisco will soon face civil judgments for cleanup costs.
Repeat graffiti offenders in San Francisco could soon be slapped with civil suits.