It’s getting harder for drivers to park in San Francisco, and it’s not just because of increased traffic. Some parking spots are actually disappearing, in the name of safety.
A group of seven male suspects dragged a 24-year-old man off of a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus early Thursday morning in the city’s Visitacion Valley neighborhood before pointing a gun and a knife at him and robbing him of his belongings.
Drivers for Compass Transportation, a shuttle-bus company providing commuter services for Google, Apple, Microsoft, Genentech, and other Bay Area clients, voted to join the Teamsters union, union officials said Friday evening.
A truck weighing in at nearly 1 million pounds snaked its way through the South Bay late Wednesday night, carrying a PG&E transformer.
A Bay Area lawmaker has started a new effort to ban strikes by BART workers. The bill’s proposal is getting mixed reviews with some BART riders giving it a thumb’s up.
AC Transit on Monday will begin a three-week pilot program in which it will use a 42-foot-long, double-decker bus on selected longer routes in its service area in 13 cities and surrounding areas in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
The Federal Transit Administration is awarding BART a $5 million grant to develop a new technology to protect track-side workers.
It seems like trains and buses are more packed than ever. But overall, the Bay Area is actually depending less on public transit.
One of the best parts of living in the Golden State is the ability to enjoy over 1.6 million acres of mountains, beaches and valleys protected by state parks. But a new report finds park visitors do not reflect the state’s changing and diverse demographics, making the future of park funding uncertain.
Bay Area traffic may be rough, but at least it’s expected.