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San Francisco is a city full of nicknames — City by the Bay, the dreaded Frisco or San Fran, Paris of the West and Baghdad by the Bay, to name but a few. Another one, long out of fashion, was coined...
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The 17-acre Balboa Reservoir site, which is owned by The City, would be an ideal location for housing, as long as the development is sensitive to its community surroundings, which includes City...
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With the unanimous approval of protected bicycle lanes along Polk Street by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors Tuesday, cycling advocates and area business owners...
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... General faces parking crisis," The City, Feb. 18 City should keep bus line On the subject of transit access to San Francisco General Hospital and the shortages it is facing, your reporter...
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When granting permits to "Google bus"-style corporate shuttles, The City should measure a shuttle provider's "labor harmony." That's the idea behind a resolution Supervisor Scott Wiener said he plans...
2015/03/02 05:57
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Slightly more than a year after governing agencies citywide began pushing for a Vision Zero policy to eliminate traffic deaths in San Francisco by 2024, the one entity with a focus on pedestrian...
2015/02/28 02:06
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At first blush, the subject of parking may not seem very sexy -- until you hear Mike Robertson talk about it. As the managing principal in the San Francisco office of Walker Parking Consultants, the...
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BART is nearly at its operational limits. The cars are crammed. The trains are aging. A single stoppage can delay the entire system. Adding to the capacity problems, the Bay Area is expected to grow...
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Navy blue, turquoise and white have covered the vehicles of DeSoto Cab Co. for its entire 82-year history. But in recent weeks, San Francisco's oldest taxi company has literally been painting a new...
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Technology has made it nearly impossible to step out of your house with any degree of expectation of privacy, and now a growing trend across the country and in the Bay Area is adding more eyes to the...
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San Francisco General Hospital has a parking problem, and without intervention it may only get worse. That was the message at a Health Commission meeting Tuesday, where officials said new...
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A new advertisement highly critical of Israel is now running on Muni buses in San Francisco and surrounding areas. The ad depicts what is presumably an elderly Palestinian woman sitting on a pile of...
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Mayor Ed Lee announced Tuesday the launch of a large-vehicle training program that will educate truck drivers on how to safely traverse The City's streets as part of its Vision Zero strategy aiming to...
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Police believe it is good policy for anti-terrorism enforcement to include patrolling public transit for fare evaders, according to the department's former top transit officer. Last week, The San...
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Large, gleaming white and with shaded windows, there are few symbols of San Francisco’s hypergentrification as potent as private tech shuttles. Commonly known as Google buses, they are used by many...
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San Francisco city officials are taking their effort to Sacramento to make roads safer and slow down drivers. With some effective traffic measures such as 20 mph speed limits and automated speed...
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The City has adopted policies calling for the annual creation of one plaza and 20 parklets, which insert greenery into former parking spaces and are seen as a way to revitalize an area. After five...
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Since 9/11, cities nationwide have been flooded with funding from the federal government to help prevent more terror attacks on the country. The money goes to many efforts, like enhancing disaster...
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For nearly two hours Friday, the future of Polk Street was debated at City Hall as merchants, residents and bicyclists continued to fight over whether the relatively flat 20-block north-south route...
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