SFMTA Introducing Pilot Program for Towing Text AlertsPeople parking illegally in San Francisco now have the option of receiving a text message before their vehicle is towed as part of a pilot program announced this week.
UPDATE: Civic Center Station Reopens, Service Restored After Body Found on BART TracksBART and Muni Metro service was seriously impacted Tuesday evening after a body was found at the Civic Center Station in downtown San Francisco, forcing its closure for over 90 minutes.
$400 Million Bond For Muni Upgrades Proposed By Mayor London BreedSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday proposed a $400 million bond for the June 2022 ballot to increase safety and reliability along Muni bus and rail lines.
San Francisco Supervisors Call On SFMTA To Restore Bayshore Express Muni Bus LinesTwo San Francisco supervisors joined community members on Thursday to demand that the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency bring back key two bus routes that were suspended at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and have yet to be brought back.
COVID: San Francisco Muni Rolls Out Temporary Cutbacks Of 'Short' Line Transit Services As Vaccine Deadline ArrivesSFMTA officials began rolling out cuts in several "short" lines Monday in anticipation of upcoming staffing shortages due to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for city employees.
COVID: Muni To Suspend 'Short' Line Service Citing Vaccine Mandate Staffing IssuesOfficials with the SFMTA announced that some Muni bus service will be temporarily suspended on November 1, citing upcoming staffing shortages due to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for city employees.
SFMTA: 275 Employees Yet To Comply With COVID Vaccine Mandate, Warns Of Possible DisruptionsThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency warned of possible disruptions to transit service and parking enforcement next month, as nearly 300 employees have yet to comply with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
San Francisco to Change Towing Policies Following Lawsuit by Homeless AdvocatesA San Francisco Superior Court judge this week ruled in favor of the city of San Francisco after the judge acknowledged recent changes made to the city's vehicle towing policies, bringing a nearly three-year lawsuit over towing practices to a close.
San Francisco's Central Subway Project: The Long Road to OpeningThe much delayed San Francisco Central Subway Project is currently scheduled to finally open for service in the spring of 2022.
Muni Seeks Input From Riders As Agency Seeks To Restore Service To Pre-Pandemic LevelsSan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency officials on Monday said they're seeking input from residents as they move forward with plans to restore transit service to pre-pandemic levels sometime in early 2022.
UPDATE: San Francisco Cable Cars Still Out of Service Due to Ongoing Electrical IssueFor the third day, residents and visitors in San Francisco won't have the option of taking the city's iconic cable cars to their destination due to an ongoing electrical issue, according to transit officials.
UPDATE: All San Francisco Cable Car Service Shut Down Until Friday After Power OutageAll cable car service in San Francisco has been shut down Thursday afternoon due to a power outage, according to transit officials.
UPDATE: San Francisco Police Arrest Suspect in June 10th Muni StabbingPolice in San Francisco on Tuesday confirmed the recent arrest of a suspect in connection with a stabbing on a Muni bus last month.
Passenger Stabbed Aboard San Francisco Muni Bus; Suspect SoughtPolice is San Francisco were looking for a man who stabbed another man aboard a San Francisco Muni bus, releasing surveillance images of the suspect Friday seeking the public's help.
Mayor Breed Vetoes Bill Providing Free Muni Service, Citing Cost ConcernsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed followed through on her word late last week and vetoed recently-passed legislation that would’ve provided free Muni service to all passengers from July through September.