San Francisco leaders are preparing to reopen as many as 95% of the city's retail businesses for curbside pickup and delivery. That means that mass transit is ramping up and preparing to get people moving.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will return to modified service along some bus lines after the agency temporarily discontinued most lines earlier this month in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, agency officials announced Monday.
Among the speakers on Friday, April 17, 2020, were Mayor London Breed, Dr. Grant Colfax, SFMTA Director Jeffrey Turkin, and SFPD Chief Bill Scott.
Some San Francisco Muni bus drivers said they don't feel safe after five employees tested positive for COVID-19 and they're taking matters into their own hands to protect themselves.
The plan will go into effect over the course of Tuesday and Wednesday, Muni spokeswoman Erica Kato said Sunday night.
Muni Metro subway stations will be closed, except for downtown stations which will remain open to customers taking BART during their operating hours.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency announced Wednesday that one of its employees has tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Andre Senior reports.
This week, San Francisco is set to launch its initiative to eliminate private vehicles on Market Street.
San Francisco Fire Department paramedics responding to Bayshore Boulevard and Sunnydale Avenue at 1:32 a.m. pronounced the man dead at the scene.
The name of the victim has not yet been released.
MUNI says the man was killed after riding in between two train cars
Weather-related problems caused the transit operator to shut down the underground line from West Portal to Embarcadero, forcing passengers to find an alternative means to get downtown.
The advocacy group, "San Francisco Transit Riders," on Monday is formally calling for a network of rapid San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency routes allowing any part of San Francisco to be accessible via Muni in 30 minutes or less.
A muni bus driver was randomly attacked by a group of boys with a paintball gun, according to San Francisco Police.
Authorities are searching for a serial groper who has attacked women riding Muni. Leigh Martinez reports.
San Francisco police are investigating a shooting on a Municipal Railway line in the Dogpatch neighborhood this afternoon.
A group of residents and merchants along San Francisco's busy Van Ness Avenue want to block the city's plan to enable city buses to travel more quickly through their neighborhood.