Four Transit Apps To Help You Get Around San Francisco

With new Muni routes coming back—and Google Maps not always reliable—make sure you’re always on time for the bus with these useful transit apps.

Explainer: Here’s How SF’s Supervisors Get to Work

The Standard reached out to every member of the Board of Supervisors to ask how they get to work, and even rode along on one commute.

Officials ID Victim Who Died in Castro Muni Shooting, While Police Have Yet to Arrest the Alleged Gunman

The San Francisco Medical Examiner’s Office verified the name of the victim as Nesta Bowen, 27.

Driver Arrested in DUI Crash That Wounded Muni Driver, Several Pedestrians on Lombard Street

San Francisco police say the suspect was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he slammed into a bus Saturday morning.

The $400M Muni Bond Is Going To Lose. Now What?

The city’s transportation agency will have to defer projects and wait at least another year to ask again for the $400 million it needs for infrastructure updates.

‘Covid Wiped Us Out’: SFMTA Director Seeks to Restore Trust in the System

SFMTA Director Jeffrey Tumlin has two years to figure out how to fix a hole in its budget, and says his focus is rebuilding trust in a transit network that suffered massive setbacks in the pandemic.

Mask Wars: Every San Franciscan For Themselves as Mask Mandate Lifted

No more masks on transit means drivers and riders take Covid protection in their own hands.

SFMTA, BART Lift Mask Mandates Following Decision By Federal Judge

A court decision by a federal judge in Florida vacated the CDC’s masking mandate, leaving local agencies scrambling.

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.

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.