Operator Shortage Leads To Reduced Historic Streetcar ServiceMuni's historic streetcars are a hit with tourists, but a staffing shortage has made regular buses a far more common sight along the Embarcedero and Market Street.
San Francisco Muni To Introduce Safety Campaign After Alleged Driver AssaultSF Muni is preparing to launch a safety campaign after a driver claimed she was assaulted.
Missing 10-Year-Old Girl With Down's Syndrome Found In San FranciscoPolice in San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon have found a 10-year-old girl with Down's Syndrome who was reported missing by her mother, according to authorities.
Study Confirms Carpool Lane Cheating Rampant In Bay AreaCarpool cheaters beware: a new study shows violators are crowding carpool lanes and now it's got so bad, it could collapse the system.
Mayor Lee Joins Call To Fire Muni Driver Caught Using Racial Slurs On CameraSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Tuesday said the behavior of a Muni driver caught delivering a racist rant on camera will not be tolerated.
SF To Get High-Tech Payment Options In Parking Garages Under $19M PlanSan Francisco is spending nearly $20 million to upgrade the technology in its parking garages.
San Francisco City Permit Denied For Bauer's IT Commuter ShuttlesBauer's IT shuttle company blamed union politics for being denied a city permit, but SFMTA officials say it was due to traffic violations.
SFMTA Board Votes To Decriminalize Youth Fare EvasionThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board voted Tuesday to decriminalize fare evasion and other passenger conduct violations for minors, bringing the penalties into line with those imposed on adults.
San Francisco Transit Officials To Consider Parking Meter Rate HikeThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors is expected to discuss raising parking meter rates at Tuesday’s meeting.
SFMTA Permanently Approves Tech Commuter ShuttlesThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors unanimously approved a permanent commuter shuttle program Tuesday that will allow the city to oversee the private shuttles increasingly traversing San Francisco streets.
Muni Riders Can Pay For Fares With New Smartphone AppThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has launched a new smartphone app that allows passengers to pay for transit fares online.
SF Begins Restricting Powell Street Traffic, Easing Cable Car Wear And TearSF officials launched the Powell Street Safety and Sidewalk Improvement Pilot, which will ban most vehicle traffic on two blocks of Powell Street between Ellis and Geary streets.