SF State’s Ideas Week drew hundreds of students, faculty and staff who gave their input as to what they want to see in the University’s future developments.
In an effort to create a community-based master plan for the revitalization of its facilities, the University held events
A line overflowed outside the Cesar Chavez Student Center as students waited to pick up their Gator Pass made available for the first time Monday afternoon.
The pass, which becomes effective in the fall, doubles as a Clipper card and student ID, gives students unlimited free
SF State is partnering with 511 SF Bay and Enterprise Rideshare to bring vanpooling to campus employees starting March 1. Employees can join a Vanpool and commute from Contra Costa County, AlamedaCounty and San Mateo County.
Enterprise Vanpool is gathering groups of employees commuting to
SF State students who use the school's free shuttles to Daly City BART said they are frustrated with the long wait to board buses. Their concerns come only a semester after the University contracted transMETRO, a full-service shuttle company, to operate a new fleet of
Additional reporting done by Steve Calderon
As the Municipal Transit Agency service improvements rolled out across the city Saturday, SF State sophomore Andrea Rios said she waited nearly half an hour at the intersection of 19th and Holloway avenues for the 28 bus to arrive.
The changes are part of Muni
The commute from Fairfax to campus costs linguistics major Alexander Williams $6 each way, and compounded over dozens of trips every semester, the expense has become a strain for which he would welcome assistance.
SF State students and administration have discussed implementing a transit pass over the
Rolling through the Financial District in his orange Honda Fit, SF State senior James Shumate spends his evenings shuttling passengers who hail his service.
Shumate, a cinema major, began driving for rideshare startups Uber and Lyft as his primary source of income at the end of
Whether it was working dead-end jobs as an assistant to a local florist or an employee at Domino's Pizza, SF State student Morgan Pentruff never felt fulfilled in her work place until now.
Pentruff has been selected by the University as a research assistant for an extensive, state-wide
Commuters can no longer use e-cigarettes and vaping devices on BART property, according to a recent update to their no-smoking policy.
The ordinance, passed Feb. 12, is a remedy to complaints the company has received about smoking, BART Communication Officer Taylor Huckaby said. Unlike the former policy, the new no-smoking
SF State debuted a slew of new buses Jan. 26 to replace old shuttles that transport students and faculty between campus and the Daly City BART station. The drivers of those shuttles must obtain a class B license to keep their jobs. Drivers Lonell Massey and
The first confirmed case of measles in Contra Costa County Feb. 11 spurred health officials to alert thousands of BART commuters of possible exposure.
The county's health services and the San Francisco Department of Public Health issued a widespread alert to BART riders following an infected
New shuttle bus service made available for student commuters to on beginning days of the spring 2015 semester
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Professor Jason Henderson points at a prospective cycling related traffic crossing during the 19th Ave M-line stakeholders meeting Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.[/caption]
The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency and local bicyclists came together Saturday to reimagine a more bike-friendly transportation