SF Supervisors To Consider Lowering Speed Limit In Tenderloin to 20 MPHSan Francisco's motorists may have to start pumping their brakes more frequently when driving in the Tenderloin, which could become the city's first neighborhood to reduce the speed of traffic to 20 mph in order to abate vehicle collisions.
SF Supes Approve Mayor's Appointees To SFMTA Board Of DirectorsSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday approved two new directors -- both candidates chose by Mayor London Breed -- for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's Board of Directors.
San Francisco Muni Light Rail To Remain Closed Down Through End Of 2020Officials in San Francisco announced that Muni's light rail system would remain shut down through the end of the year after abruptly closing last week due to a COVID-19 illness and mechanical issues.
SF Muni Driver Dies After Falling Ill, Crashing Into Parked CarsA Muni driver was northbound on Noe Street Saturday morning when he fell ill and crashed into parked cars. He died later at SF General hospital.
SFMTA Director: Muni Bus Service Thriving As Light Rail Service Shuts Down AgainSan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency director of transportation Jeffrey Tumlin on Tuesday said although the agency is facing challenges with the Muni rail service, having shut down all rail service the previous night, the agency’s bus system is thriving.
7 Elected Bay Area Officials Call for Voters to Decide Future of Caltrain FundingA joint statement issued by seven elected officials on Sunday calls for letting voters decide on funding for the Caltrain service which has seen ridership drop steeply during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Muni To Pause Service For 8 Minutes 46 Seconds To Honor George FloydMuni service across San Francisco will pause for eight minutes and 46 seconds on Tuesday, at noon, to honor George Floyd, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Muni Facing Questions About Crowded Buses Amid Social Distancing RequirementsSan Francisco Muni is facing questions over an image of bus passengers crowded shoulder-to-shoulder during the coronavirus public health emergency requiring physical distancing.
Coronavirus Update: SFMTA Employee Tests PositiveAn employee with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Wednesday.
SFMTA Hires New Director Of TransitThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has hired a new Director of Transit to lead the agency’s Transit Division, the agency announced Thursday.
SF Mayor Breed Puts SFMTA On Notice Over Delays, Construction Snafus, PermitsMayor Breed wants major improvements at SFMTA, and has put her concerns in writing.
Most Left Turns Removed On Van Ness Avenue In S.F. As Reconfiguration BeginsOver the weekend, left turn lanes from Van Ness at most intersections will be permanently removed.
SF Mayor Says Switch To Renewable Diesel For Transportation Fleet Is CompleteS.F. mayor Ed Lee announced at a summit in Portland, Ore. that San Francisco has completed a switch to renewable diesel at all 53 fueling facilities for the city's diesel vehicle fleet.
SF Police Arrest Suspect For Alleged Child Abduction On Muni BusPolice arrested a man on Friday who they allege briefly abducted a 2-year-old boy from a Muni bus in the city's Financial District earlier this week.
Mayor Ed Lee Announces Better Service And New Buses For SF MuniBeginning on Sept. 26, the improvements include increased frequency on nearly a dozen Muni routes and replacing some smaller buses with new buses along the heaviest traveled routes.