Muni’s budget crisis is really hitting home for a dozen managers at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency who were laid off last week to save $2 million.
The San Francisco Police Department is urging Muni riders to be aware of their surroundings as thieves target their smartphones.
Three San Francisco Muni Metro lines were out of service Thursday afternoon after a train that was moving between the Castro and Church stations pulled down some overhead electrical lines.
Starting Monday, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will begin offering riders a different experience on new diesel-electric hybrid buses.
The discovery on Thursday of large quantities of marijuana and drug paraphernalia on five buses carrying Northern California teenagers is making national headlines, but police in Elko, Nev. Friday said it is not the first time it has happened.
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Service at Oakland’s Jack London Square train station was restored Thursday morning after an Amtrak train crashed into another train that was unloading passengers, injuring 17 people.
San Francisco Muni is considering a new policy that would allow bus passengers to enter through the rear doors of buses in an effort to increase on-time performance.
Fares will be going up starting on Friday for those who use the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to commute.
The SFMTA Board of Directors unveiled a proposal to increase capacity on the N-Judah line, which has 38,000 daily boardings, or nearly one-third of Muni’s rail ridership.