Tag: SFMTA

San Francisco Muncipal Tranist Agency Hacked

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Muni stations across the region received a "You hacked. All data encrypted," message across computers on Saturday, November 26. The fare payment machines would...

Safe Speeds SF Campaign Tackles Speeding

SAN FRANCISCO—Officers from the San Francisco Police Department will be increasing patrols on 12 priority streets for next year to combat speeding drivers and...

Shuttle Bus Program Critics File Legal Suit

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco’s proposal to legalize the Commuter Shuttle Program encountered a legal battle regarding the impact the buses would have on the environment....

SFMTA Announces Amendments To City’s Towing Policy

SAN FRANCISCO—The city of San Francisco will be amending their current towing policy for stolen vehicle recovery in an effort to assist victims who...

Supervisor Scott Wiener Announces Subway Expansion

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener announced a master plan to expand the city’s subway system of the San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI). There are...

San Francisco Cutting Down 200 Trees For Muni Expansion

SAN FRANCISCO—A public hearing was held on August 24 regarding a proposal to cut down nearly 200 trees along Van Ness Avenue’s thoroughfares, from...

SF Implements Safety Campaign For Cable Car Riders

SAN FRANCISCO—The city is launching a new safety campaign as part of an effort to make San Francisco's streets safer for pedestrians, cable car...

San Francisco Parking Meter Prices Rise

SAN FRANCISCO — Amidst a rising cost of living in San Francisco, the commuters of the city now have to deal with increases in parking meter prices starting next month....

Turning On Market Street Banned

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Municipal Transit Authority (SFMTA) board approved the Safer Market Street Plan on June 16. This will restrict the places private...
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