Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Police Issue 17 Citations For Health Order Violations, Warn 78 OthersPolice officers in San Francisco have issued 17 citations to both individuals and businesses and issued warnings to 78 others for violating health orders related to the coronavirus pandemic, police Chief Bill Scott said Monday.
Man Cited For Eating Sandwich On BART Platform To File LawsuitThe man busted for eating a sandwich at the Pleasant Hill BART station last week has taken a first step in moving toward suing the transit agency.
BART General Manager Issues Apology To Man Cited For Eating Sandwich At StationBART General Manager Bob Powers issued a statement Monday morning apologizing to the man who was cited last week for eating a sandwich on the Pleasant Hill station platform.
BART Rider Handcuffed, Cited For Eating Sandwich On Pleasant Hill Station PlatformAn incident involving a BART rider eating a sandwich on the train platform that ended with the passenger handcuffed and cited was captured in a viral video and is raising questions whether the BART police officer went too far.
Tourist Cited After Riding Scooter On Bay BridgeA tourist visiting from the East Coast was cited after riding a motorized scooter on the Bay Bridge, the California Highway Patrol said Wednesday.
Charges Filed In Connection With Recent East Bay SideshowsContra Costa County CHP announced Monday that eight criminal cases have been forwarded to the district attorney after three separate sideshows happened on the same day on August 11.
'Dangerous' Behavior On The Rise As Traffic Citations Drop In San FranciscoSan Francisco Police issued fewer traffic citations so far this year compared to last year, but more drivers are being cited for bad driving habits.
Protesters Arrested, Cited In Clash With Oakland Police Over Curfew CrackdownProtesters in Oakland clashed with police over the crackdown on protest marches, which now must be permitted, limited to sidewalks and are subject to curfew. 19 people were cited and four were arrested.
Cal/OSHA Faults Employer In Window Washer’s Fall In Downtown San FranciscoIt was on November 21, 2014 when Pedro Perez lost his balance and fell from the building, landing on a moving car.
6-Fold Increase In San Francisco Homeless Citations Directly Coincides With Ed Lee’s Tenure As MayorThere's been a significant increase recently in the number of citations issued in San Francisco to the homeless who camp out in the city's parks and open spaces.
Alameda County Bans Skateboarding On County Property; Violators To Face CitationsThe county of Alameda voted Tuesday to ban skateboarding on all county property, allowing for violators to be cited.
SFMTA Make It Easier To Contest a Citation While Going GreenFighting a ticket can be less stressful by going on to the SFMTA’s new online portal...
Transportation Planners Consider Program To Keep Cars From Blocking San Francisco Intersections The City of San Francisco is considering initiating a program called “Don’t Block the Box’” to get drivers to stop clogging up intersections as they leave during the afternoon commute or head to a Giants’ games.
Phil Matier: Faulty Clipper Card System Angers Muni Riders Subject To Fines The technological advances to make San Francisco’s Muni a more efficient public-transportation system are actually working against riders, several of whom are getting fined because of faulty Clipper card readers .
Crackdown On Fare Evaders Paying Off For SF MuniOfficials with San Francisco's Muni system have imposed a tougher stance on fare evaders, and the new enforcement strategy seems to be working well for the transit agency.