The University of California at San Francisco announced Monday it is entering into an agreement with the city of San Francisco to roll out a …
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Mayor London Breed laid out her plans to spend a windfall of revenue.
A person is in custody for a psychiatric evaluation after an incident at BART’s MacArthur station Thursday morning.
The Ashby BART station in Berkeley has reopened after being closed when a man came to the station bleeding profusely early Wednesday morning.
BART has stationed cleaning teams at the MacArthur and Lake Merritt stations in Oakland to address urgent messes on trains.
Caltrain passengers can give their opinion on bike parking issues at the transit agency’s stations via an online survey that will be available starting Wednesday.
Newly-designed BART train wheels are expected to cut noise heard by riders by as much as 50 percent.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority is offering a special, low fare pass for teens and kids during the summer months.
Union leaders and BART management lauded a proposed contract that would stem the possibility of strikes for the next five years.
Muni riders should brace themselves for another subway shutdown scheduled for this summer.
The new cash premium fare is part of the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 operating budget approved Tuesday by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors.
A company contracted to provide BART passengers with wireless Internet is suing the transit agency for breach of contract.
San Francisco police have deployed extra officers at San Francisco International Airport and Muni stations.
BART riders could face months of short, crowded trains as a consequence of an ongoing electrical issue.
Amid budget shortfalls, transit officials are considering enforcing parking meters after dark.
More than $90 million will be available in 2016 and 2017 for projects and programs to reduce air pollution in the Bay Area.
The proposal approved by the SFMTA board includes removing 10 stops, four inbound and six outbound.
The first newly completed BART train is now on a flatbed truck heading from Plattsburgh, N.Y. to a BART testing facility.