Two slick new mile-long tunnels are poised to divert motorists away from an ocean cliff-hanging roadway dubbed Devil’s Slide south of San Francisco to a smooth, Alpine-like passageway unlike any in the U.S. today.
A key portion of San Francisco’s Central Subway project is raising concerns in the city’s North Beach neighborhood, and has prompted a lawsuit.
Crews plan to start digging up a square block of San Francisco Tuesday for a new subway tunnel to Chinatown, even though funding remains up in the air.
A man accused of driving his car into a San Francisco Municipal Railway tunnel last month pleaded not guilty Friday to DUI charges, a district attorney’s office spokeswoman said.
Three San Francisco Muni Metro lines were out of service Thursday afternoon after a train that was moving between the Castro and Church stations pulled down some overhead electrical lines.
The Devil’s Slide tunnel project is expected to mark a milestone on Thursday as paving nears completion. The tunnel is set to open to traffic later this year.
Service on the San Francisco Municipal Railway underground Metro system was restored Thursday morning hours after a man drove his SUV into a Muni tunnel, causing a major headache for commuters.
Doctors believe that Ryan Buchanan, a 17-year-old Orinda boy who was injured in June when a sand tunnel he was digging collapsed on him, is in a perpetual vegetative state, according to his father.
An Orinda teenager injured in a sand collapse Saturday at a state beach in Santa Cruz County remains in critical condition at a San Jose hospital.
San Francisco’s central subway project will move forward after approval of a $233 million contract to dig a tunnel underground to Chinatown.