San Francisco transportation
SF-based Assemblymember David Chiu wants to put different agencies on the same track.
City says separating cyclists and divers is good for the neighborhood, but an appeal tried to block the plan on—wait for it—environmental grounds.
This is the world in which we live.
For Cable Car Day, here’s a look at the driving force that has kept the cables turning for nearly 150 years.
Buses and taxis can still use central thoroughfare, but Uber and Lyft are out.
Jackie Speier responds to deafening number of noise complaints around SF airport.
"We get it, you don’t like it," says frustrated state senator.
Former San Bernadino assemblymember promised to open Peet’s locations at two SF BART stops but now admits he absconded with the money.
Uber, bike shares, a transit center, and streets barred to drivers—transportation changed in SF since 2010.
The first of ten major large-scale installations.
The 25 Treasure Island comes in on top on an otherwise dreary list.
An adorable but grueling post-holiday ride to burn off those extra calories across 50 miles of bird-shaped San Francisco hill pedaling.
Debora Allen rails against her fellows in op-ed.
After nearly 20 years, most facilities remain shuttered.
He also rides the K, L, and M lines—when he isn’t commuting by bike.
Mayor’s office and SFMTA try to make good after years of complaints from business owners.
Pedestrians and cyclists need more than feel-good resolutions to stop driver-related deaths.
Attendants on elevators are one of the few things riders say they like about BART.
Fees on Lyft and Uber rides barely ahead of the margin.
Agency board considers "trip verification technology" for travel perks to combat Uber and Lyft.
Seismic disaster tests San Francisco’s critical but fragile transit networks.
But maximum cap is now a fraction of previous projection as the city slashes e-scooter fleet by 60 percent.