Muni Wants Attack Ad Featuring San Francisco Cable Cars Taken DownSan Francisco's famed cable cars are taking center stage in a tight Congressional race on the other side of the country.
San Francisco Treasurer Looks To Give Low-Income Residents A Parking BreakIf you get a $74 parking ticket for an expired meter in San Francisco, you may not have to pay all of it if the city's Treasurer gets his way.
Door Flies Off Of A San Francisco Muni Train With Riders On BoardA door flew off an San Francisco train while it was traveling underground with passengers on board.
San Francisco Parking Shortage Prompts SFMTA To Propose Pilot ProgramAs part of the proposed pilot program, the number of permits would be capped at two per household.
SFMTA Considers Changes To Residential Permit Parking ProgramTransportation officials in San Francisco are looking to revamp how it issues residential parking permits.
Bayview Man Delivers Rap About Parking At SFMTA MeetingA Bayview man took speaking at public hearing to a whole new level Tuesday night after he started rapping his complaints about parking in his neighborhood during an SFMTA meeting.
Stalled Muni Train Evacuated Outside Van Ness StationPassengers on a stalled Muni train that got stuck between the Van Ness and Church Street stations were forced to evacuate from the rail vehicle in the metro tunnel Tuesday afternoon, according to witnesses.
Mission Bay Local Calls Intersection An 'Accident Waiting To Happen'A dangerous intersection in one of San Francisco's fastest-growing neighborhoods is making some people nervous.
'Parking For God' Legalized On San Francisco's Dolores StreetThe SFMTA board of directors voted to legalize weekend median parking on Dolores Street in a pilot program intended to regulate the long-standing practice sometimes referred to as "parking for God."
SFMTA To Vote Tuesday On Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot ProgramThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is set to vote Tuesday to legalize median parking on Dolores Street on weekends despite opposition from those who live in the area.
SFMTA Blaming Uber And Lyft Drivers For Traffic CongestionThe frequent bumper-to-bumper gridlock in San Francisco feels like it has only gotten worse lately, and now the SFMTA is laying the blame on rideshare companies Uber and Lyft.
'You Hacked,' Cyber Attackers Crash Muni Computer System Across SFCyber attackers crashed Muni's fare system across San Francisco, giving passengers free rides all day.