After two cyclists were killed in hit-and-runs on the same day, the SFMTrA grabbed traffic cones and took action.
A nearly 2-mile-long installation would visualize the real-time passage of underground trains.
The number of suicidal youth coming to the bridge has increased five-fold in recent years.
Consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks dipped 21 percent after a tax was enacted, a new study finds.
BART is installing a new kind of anti-pee floor coating, as well as a “bacteria-eating enzyme misting system.”
Lost in Light gradually transports you from light-blighted cities to sanctuaries for star-gazing.
The city is asking for ideas on where to build future subway lines.
Piano Pound’s creator calls the free instruments a “symbolic manifestation of decisions that current Bay Area residents face.”
Automatic plate-readers catch few terrorists or violent criminals, but do plenty of harm to low-income communities of color.
The unusual frenzy of whales bursting from the waves lasted at least 45 minutes.
Their fecundity might be due to a developing La Niña.
This “is how we do it in the Town.”
Cities across the U.S. are pondering legalized, sterile street-drug injection sites to fight the overdose epidemic.
The East Bay hub is poised for an economic boom, but the city needs to overcome a deep-seated resistance to growth.
Step into a world of ghostly shapes and meditative music with Hey Karl.
Artists get a chance to reminisce about leaving the city in a new public installation.
The kinetic sculptures are part sailboat, part stick insect, and seemingly possessed with animal intelligence.
A documentary profiles residents who scavenge for metals and plastics.