San Francisco’s iconic cable cars remain sidelined by the coronavirus pandemic but officials said Friday the city’s historic streetcars will start rolling again this weekend.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and officials with the SFMTA gathered Friday to bring back the long-awaited F-Line and Muni subway service.
City officials on Friday announced the return of subway rail service along San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's K-Ingleside and N-Judah lines beginning next month.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission launched a mobile Clipper card app this week and made the transit-fare payment system available on iPhone and Apple Watch via Apple Pay.
San Francisco is a city that has long relied on public transit to get people to work, school, and generally out and about. Now two supervisors want to make Muni free as part of a $10 million pilot program, paid for with stimulus funds.
Two San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday proposed legislation to fund a three-month pilot program providing free public transit to boost San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency ridership, which plummeted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Police are asking for the public's help to find two people connected to an assault more than five months ago on a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus that left a man with a traumatic brain injury.
San Francisco police have arrested a man they say is responsible for two violent unprovoked, aggravated assaults on Monday.
The Muni operator is not being identified. But the SFMTA says he had been on long-term leave for a while, so he didn't come into contact with any passengers or co-workers.
The man has not been identified.
he collision briefly caused buses to be rerouted.
Electrical splices failed last week, causing a system-wide meltdown.
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No one was on the train at the time of the crash.
Antonio Cahilig was headed northbound on Noe Street when he fell severely ill and crashed into parked cars.
Muni trains were again sitting idle Tuesday. The entire light rail system is now out of service just three days after finally resuming operation.
Muni rail service is shutting down in San Francisco again for the next several weeks starting Tuesday, three days after it resumed following five months of being suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Transit agencies from around the Bay Area are highlighting the steps they are taking to make sure trains and buses are sanitized and ready for when passengers return. Those agencies are taking steps they say are necessary for their survival.
Police say the suspect was taken into custody after they set up a perimeter around a parking garage.
Public transportation agencies around the Bay Area, along with their counterparts across the country say they have been devastated economically by COVID-19.