San Francisco Municipal Railway
Muni service on the N Judah and J Church lines will be disrupted for nine days because of construction work that begins Friday, according to San Francisco Municipal Railway officials.
A lawsuit filed Friday seeks to overturn a contract imposed on San Francisco Muni bus drivers and train operators by an arbitrator.
An 18-year-old man was arrested Monday evening after allegedly shooting another man who was sitting in a bus shelter in San Francisco’s Mission District, police said.
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.
The head of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Nathaniel Ford, confirmed that he would depart the agency with a severance package totaling nearly $400,000.
A Muni bus was emptied at 16th and Mission streets Friday after a 17-year-old girl trying to defend herself from an assault wound up pepper spraying several passengers.
San Francisco Municipal Railway’s transit operators’ union has informed Muni officials that its members have voted to authorize a strike if labor negotiations break down.
Leaders of San Francisco Muni’s transit operators’ union on Tuesday defended their right to strike if labor negotiations break down with the agency.
The union representing San Francisco’s bus drivers and train operators is threatening to strike, even though their existing contract prohibits it.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s board will consider asking Nathaniel Ford to step down over worries that he is not committed to the job.