New technology to keep pedestrians from dangerous interactions with scooters on sidewalks is being tested in San Francisco, according to the SFMTA. Read More
To improve the frequency and reliability of MUNI service by reducing running time, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has installed HOV lanes that allow vehicles with two or more occupants along sections of State Route 1 and U.S. Highway 101. Read More
KQED will air a new documentary, "Moving San Francisco," on KQED (Channel 9) on Monday at 9 p.m. It looks at how the city has been a constant laboratory for how to move people through its difficult urban landscape and how innovations throughout its history are setting the stage for solving today’s transit problems. Read More
STORAGECafé’s most recent report looking at home size evolution in the past decade shows that San Francisco has been building bigger houses and apartments. Read More
The San Francisco pedestrian overpass at Steiner Street that spans busy Geary Boulevard below will be removed this weekend.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority has shared a Central Subway project construction update via video.
San Francisco has a plan to gird against of sea level rise brought on by the swirling and undulating Pacific Ocean that ceaselessly beats against the city's western shore. Read More
Just weeks prior to San Francisco’s devastating earthquake and fire of April 18, 1906, the Miles Brothers affixed a hand-cranked Bell & Howell camera to the front of a cable car, and filmed its journey eastward along Market Street from 8th Street to the Ferry Building.
The latest Map of the Month from MTC Executive Director Steve Heminger looks at an often under-examined issue in housing policy: How big are the houses? As can be seen, the median square footage of a housing unit can vary widely depending upon the metro area. The San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward metropolitan statistical area, where the median square footage of a housing unit comes in at under 1,300 square feet, is on the smaller side. The largest median housing units are generally found in Southern metros, as well as the Denver-area in Colorado. Read More