Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Muni To Cut Service By Nearly Half To Prioritize Essential WorkersSan Francisco's Muni will reduce service by nearly half this week, eliminating many of its lines that are seeing low ridership and focusing on lines used by essential workers during the pandemic, SFMTA officials said.
Coronavirus Update: AC Transit Set To Modify Schedule Beginning TuesdayThe Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District announced on Monday that it will modify its service beginning on Tuesday in the wake of declining ridership because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Major Changes Go Into Effect For Riders Using Muni, VTA With ridership tumbling during the San Francisco Bay Area's current shelter-in-place order, San Francisco's Muni system and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority both deployed major changes to their operating schedules on Monday.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Santa Clara Valley Service Grinds To Halt After Trainee Tests PositiveAll Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail train service was halted indefinitely early Thursday after a light rail operator trainee tested posted for the coronavirus, officials said.
Coronavirus Update: AC Transit Goes Fare Free, Tells Riders To Board Via Rear DoorAmid the ongoing shelter-in-place over the coronavirus outbreak, AC Transit has gone fare free and instituted new boarding rules for those making essential trips.
Transit Officials Weigh Options For Designated Bus Lanes On Bay BridgeThe conversation about putting a bus lane in both directions of the Bay Bridge continued Wednesday as the Metropolitan Transportation Commission heard a presentation on the subject.
Metallica Fans Descend On Chase Center For Inaugural ConcertWith the Chase Center in San Francisco hosting its inaugural concert Friday night with Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony, officials at the venue are encouraging people to take public transportation.
Locals Concerned About Chase Center Gridlock On Eve Of Metallica ConcertWith the first public event at the new home of the Golden State Warriors set for Friday, some are worried about how thousands of attendees will get to the new arena.
Golden Gate Bridge District Gets $5.9M Grant For New High-Speed FerryThe Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District has received a $5.9-million grant from the Federal Transit Administration for a new high-speed ferry.
BART Begins Pilot Program To Phase Out Paper Tickets In Favor Of Clipper CardsBART is beginning a pilot program Monday that will make Clipper cards the only product available to purchase for train fares at certain stations, starting with the 19th Street Oakland station.
Track Issues Near Bay Fair Station Resolved After Day Of BART DelaysTrack problems near BART's Bay Fair station that started Friday morning were finally resolved in the late afternoon following major delays across the entire transit system, officials said.