Exclusive: Connie Chan Says She’s ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ on JFK Drive Compromise With the Mayor

The District 1 supervisor is prepared to introduce competing legislation to address access and equity concerns on Golden Gate Park’s main drag.

JFK Drive: Asian Seniors—One of SF’s Most Vulnerable Pedestrian Groups—Conflicted over Road’s Car-Free Future

The debate on pedestrian and bicyclist safety has pitted seniors and the disabled against pro-alternative transit activists who want to keep the boulevard car-free.

Yes, Masks Are Still Required on Muni—For Now

Expect to mask up on buses, planes and even in Ubers and Lyfts for at least another month.

Mayor Floats Bill to Close JFK Drive Permanently, But Its Fate at the Board is Uncertain

Supervisors are mixed on the idea of closing Golden Gate Park’s main thoroughfare to cars for good.

‘I Feel Like Superwoman’: Meet San Francisco’s Newest Cable Car Gripwoman

“I was told by numerous people ‘you’re not going to make it’ or ‘you’re not going to like it.’ I like to prove people wrong.”

Car-Free JFK Drive Moves Closer to Permanence Despite Efforts of Opposition

Those in favor of reopening the Golden Gate Park thoroughfare made their protest loud and clear on Thursday, but the city’s parks and transit boards are sending the proposal to the Board of Supervisors.

Already Far Higher Than the National Average, Gas Prices in SF Hit New Record

Here’s why gas is so expensive—and where to fill up your tank cheaply.

Mayor Breed, Key City Agencies Back Car-Free Future for JFK Drive

The new recommendations call for the permanent closure of JFK Drive, as well as improvements like bike-share stations and expanded parking.

Willie Brown, Former SF Mayor, Cruises Around Town in a Driverless Car

The legend of local government was offered a ride in Cruise’s autonomous vehicle fleet and felt “like a little kid.”

Bus Staffing Returning to Normal as Ridership Climbs

Muni is still considering summer service plans and BART is reporting its highest ridership yet this year.