AC transit officials announced Monday that Transbay bus service to Salesforce Transit Center will resume Aug. 11. Officials said bus operator training is moving ahead …
The San Francisco Transbay Transit Center and its 5.4-acre rooftop public park at the Salesforce building will reopen on July 1, transit officials announced Tuesday. …
Officials with the Transbay Joint Power Authority announced Friday afternoon that reinforcement of the Salesforce Transit Center bus deck below First Street will begin this …
Testing is underway of cracked steel beams found at the still-closed Salesforce Transit Center.
San Francisco is suspending $9.7 million in funding for the second phase of the Salesforce Transit Center.
The Transbay Joint Powers Authority say they will reopen Fremont Street in time for the Monday morning commute.
Officials with the Salesforce Transit Center are still not clear when they will reopen the $2.2 billion facility.
The Transbay Joint Powers Authority is delaying the opening of Fremont Street from this Friday until next Wednesday.
London Breed and Libby Schaaf are calling for the Bay Area’s regional transit board to assist with the ongoing investigation of what caused two steel beams to crack at the Salesforce Transit Center.
The cause of cracks in two steel beams at the $2.2 billion Salesforce Transit Center will not be known for weeks.
Officials with the Salesforce Transit Center are aiming to reopen Fremont Street by Oct. 12.
The brand-new, $2 billion transit hub will remain closed at least through next week.
Crews worked through the night at the Salesforce Transit Center to check and test steel beams.
Construction designers and managers inspecting the Salesforce Transit Center have found a second cracked steel beam.
What was once a dreary, dark and dull\ bus depot at First and Mission streets has emerged as a bright, vibrant transit center.
Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are dissatisfied with efforts to fix the sinking skyscraper.
More lawsuits have been filed as homeowners, the developer and government agencies battle over San Francisco’s troubled Millennium Tower, a luxury high rise that has sunk farther than expected since its completion in 2009.
The developers of a South of Market residential high rise blamed the building’s excessive settlement on groundwater pumping at the neighboring Transbay Terminal construction site.