San Francisco transportation
Part of the "slow streets" program, these closures will add even more safe spaces for essential trips.
A look back at eight decades of San Francisco’s fantastic—and frustrating—public transit leviathan.
It goes down over Memorial Day weekend.
Maintain six feet of buffer space, beware of joggers, don’t pet pups, and more.
The city will also close McLaren Park’s Shelley Drive.
Fare hike is unpopular, but SFMTA chief says no one has any better ideas
Through vehicular traffic will be banned but local access permitted.
This unsung hero of "brooding grandeur" is the Bay Area’s most stunning transit station, period.
Emeryville doing away with do-nothing health hazards.
At least one thing hasn’t changed
Transit metrics dropped last month, as people listened to public health warnings and stayed home.
Transit will still operate during the order, despite the mandate to use it as little as possible.
The order goes into effect Monday
Even cable cars are temporarily canceled.
Ongoing novel coronavirus concerns have derailed "Faster Bay Area," at least for now.
Only Spin remains in operation during SF’s shelter-in-place order.
To meet the demand for safe park space during shelter-in-place order.
Everything you need to know about parking your vehicle during the San Francisco coronavirus closures.
Urban designers say Market Street-style closure is possible and could be positive for the neighborhood.
Notes from the underground.
But the difference is negligible, and traffic is down on other nearby streets.
It’s a vicious cycle.
Not all neighborhoods are equal when foot hits pavement.
California High-Speed Rail has tens of billions of dollars in-hand, but needs tens of billions more to connect northern and southern poles.
Mayor London Breed touts longer meter hours, "congestion pricing" as fixes for traffic in spite of driver ire.