Your transit system is terribly inefficient, extremely slow, and wildly expensive. Heres how you can fix it.
Yesterday's action by the Board of Supervisors killing an appeal that would have prevented deep, across-the-board Muni service cuts was dinner with a psychotic ex-girlfriend at a terrible restaurant. It was a 1974 Ford Pinto that only cost you $14,000. It was a dessert that's fattening and tastes ... More >>
N-Judah Chronicles/Lauren Oliver -- Used with PermissionA plan that can't fail? Unlike March Against Muni, San Francisco Planning and Urban Research didn't take the streets or wield any bullhorns. Instead, they offered actual solutions to Muni's myriad problems. On Friday, the moderate think tank ... More >>
A nurses' union joins antidevelopment forces to prevent a new hospital from being built.
Eight years after being swept into office, a once-disorganized band of neighborhood leftists tries to create a citywide political machine.
Have developers killed the possibility of higher seismic standards for new high-rises?
Lefty factions and a phony convention do not an effective political party make
Will a new generation of curbside sensors end our parking problems -- or help the government monitor our every move?
A partial solution to S.F.'s parking wars? Turn over City Hall vehicles to the local CarShare program.
Bedlam reigns as a great development boom besets the warehouse district south of downtown. Blood boiling, drivers late to work search in vain for parking. Are we doomed?
Valencia Street Bike Lane
How shortsighted neighborhood activism fuels the city's housing crisis, and pushes the best of San Francisco deeper and deeper into the suburbs