Non-stop service between San Jose and Tokyo that just resumed in June began daily departures Wednesday, two months ahead of schedule.
Thousands more motorists have been crossing Bay Area bridges each day of an ongoing BART strike that started Monday, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
Along with shuttle buses, ferry service is seeing high ridership as well. Lines were long at the Alameda Ferry Terminal, but with each boat handling 300-plus passengers, those lines dissipate quickly.
Although BART trains weren’t running, BART provided 58 charter buses to carry people between the El Cerrito del Norte, Walnut Creek, Dublin-Pleasanton and Fremont stations to a spot near the San Francisco Transbay Terminal.
A Lufthansa flight headed to Munich from San Francisco International Airport on Thursday night was diverted to Seattle when an electrical smell was detected on the plane, an airline spokesman said.
The SFMTA is raising Muni Adult fast passes by $2 and most parking fines by $3. An expired meter in Downtown will cost $75, while in other place in the city will run $65. The cost of removing a boot will be $312 and parking in a disabled zone will cost a violator $900.
The Hayward BART station reopened Tuesday evening after a man died by jumping in front of a train, causing major disruptions to service, BART and Hayward fire officials said.
Cycling advocates, business owners and other San Francisco residents are raising objections to a proposal to move bicycle traffic off a portion of Market Street and onto Mission Street.
The executive director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition recaps some recent accomplishments of her organization and talks about the ambitious goal to get half of SF’s population on their bikes.
A federal railroad oversight board has given approval to the California High-Speed Rail Authority to start construction in the Central Valley.