SFMTA Documents Requirement Of High-Grade Rail For Central SubwayNew details surfaced Friday in a blame game playing out behind the scenes of one of San Francisco's biggest infrastructure projects: the Central Subway.
SFMTA Says Contractor Laid Wrong Type Of Track For Central SubwayConstruction on the Central Subway in San Francisco is moving backwards Thursday after officials confirmed that crews laid miles of the wrong type of track.
San Francisco's Promises To Taxi Industry To Face Scrutiny In LawsuitPromises made by the city of San Francisco to its taxi industry will be the central question in a lawsuit filed by this week by a credit union which provided loans to taxi drivers seeking the once-coveted permits known as medallions.
6 Injured In Collision Involving Bus, Trolley On Market StreetA rear-end collision involving a bus and a trolley has led to six injuries and heavy congestion on Market Street in San Francisco Thursday morning.
Electrician Shortage Could Delay Opening Of Transbay TerminalContractors are struggling to find enough qualified workers to get San Francisco's massive Transbay Terminal completed on time.
Pickpocketing Incidents Up In San Francisco, Especially On MuniPickpocketing is still all too common in San Francisco.
San Francisco Taxi Medallions At Center Of Financial MeltdownWhile taxi medallions in San Francisco were once seen as a good investment -- literally a license to make money for cab drivers -- the popularity of ride-sharing apps has led to a looming financial meltdown for the city's struggling taxi industry.
San Francisco Taxi Medallions At Center Of Financial MeltdownWhile taxi medallions in San Francisco were once seen as a good investment -- literally a license to make money for cab drivers -- the popularity of ride-sharing apps has led to a looming financial meltdown for the city's struggling taxi industry.
San Francisco To Roll Out Demand-Based Parking Model In 2018The SFMTA has voted to implement demand-based pricing for all parking meters in San Francisco.
SFMTA Considers Expanding Demand-Based Parking Rates CitywideThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board will vote Tuesday on a plan to expand demand-responsive parking pricing to all city meters.
First of 218 New S.F. Muni Trains Rolls Onto TracksCar No. 2006 took its first fare-paying passengers down the N-Judah line around noon.
Women Attempting To Run For Top Muni Union Jobs Allege Gender BiasFemale Muni drivers are fighting back against what they claim is a 'boys club' culture that is stopping them from running for top union jobs.

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