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Construction will break ground next month on Public Works' 27-month, multiagency reconstruction of 19th Avenue in the Sunset. And you can bet it's going to make for some extra traffic.
Starting this week, some streets will be closed to through vehicle traffic in order to prioritize walking and biking as well as to provide more space for social distancing.
"We need to be sure people can maintain six feet of space around them," said Jodie Medeiros of pedestrian organization Walk SF.
Nine local stations will switch to new frequencies next Monday, with more following in late April, requiring over-the-air TV customers to re-scan.
Eagle-eyed Hoodline readers might have noticed that one of Sutro Tower's three antennas went missing over the last few days. Here's what's going on.
A stretch of 12th Avenue is first on a list of locations with repairs planned between now and December 2020.
The annual pot holiday will hit Golden Gate Park and the Haight on a Saturday this year, causing larger crowds. Here's what you need to know.
Riders will have to transfer from trains to buses, and vice versa, at Carl and Cole streets.
The closure will allow crews to work on repairing the 130-year-old structure.
The historic bridge will be undergoing long-awaited repairs.
Full subway service will resume this Saturday, while the NX-Judah Express line is expected to resume service on Monday.
SFMTA seeks public input this week on near-final designs for the first phase of the Geary Bus Rapid Transit project.
The transit agency plans to bring 200 new trains into service over the next decade.