Tour Buses Banned From Street With San Francisco's 'Full House'Tour buses will no longer be swinging by a San Francisco house made famous in the popular 1990s sitcom "Full House."
SF Tour Buses May Be Banned From Stopping By 'Full House' VictorianThe city has collected complaints from residents of traffic problems, including the double parking of tour buses.
Muni Shuts Down Twin Peaks Tunnel For 2-Month, $40 Million UpgradeGetting around this summer just got harder for tens of thousands of people in San Francisco now that the Muni tunnel on Twin Peaks is closing for the next 2 months.
Scooter Companies Clear Vehicles From San Francisco StreetsThe streets of San Francisco on Monday were mostly free of what some see as a two-wheeled nuisance with the arrival of the deadline for electric scooter companies to remove their vehicles from public roads.
Electric Scooter Riders on Bay Bridge Caught on CameraAnother black eye for one of the electric scooter companies currently under fire in San Francisco Friday when video surfaced of two people trying to ride the vehicles on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge.
Derailed Muni Train Cleared, Regular Underground Service ResumesA disabled San Francisco Municipal Railway light-rail train that derailed Friday morning near the Castro station has been cleared and regular underground service has resumed, according to Muni officials.
San Francisco To Temporarily Remove All Electric Scooters From StreetsOfficials announced Thursday that the ubiquitous electric scooters in San Francisco will be removed from city streets in two weeks as a new permit process is implemented.
San Francisco Officials Ask Driverless Tech Companies To Give Up DataWith San Francisco looking for ways to reduce its enormous traffic problems, city officials are calling on driverless tech companies to provide some GPS data to help address the issue.
SFMTA Documents Requirement Of High-Grade Rail For Central SubwayNew details surfaced Friday in a blame game playing out behind the scenes of one of San Francisco's biggest infrastructure projects: the Central Subway.
SFMTA Says Contractor Laid Wrong Type Of Track For Central SubwayConstruction on the Central Subway in San Francisco is moving backwards Thursday after officials confirmed that crews laid miles of the wrong type of track.
San Francisco's Promises To Taxi Industry To Face Scrutiny In LawsuitPromises made by the city of San Francisco to its taxi industry will be the central question in a lawsuit filed by this week by a credit union which provided loans to taxi drivers seeking the once-coveted permits known as medallions.
6 Injured In Collision Involving Bus, Trolley On Market StreetA rear-end collision involving a bus and a trolley has led to six injuries and heavy congestion on Market Street in San Francisco Thursday morning.