Market Street is the spinal cord of San Francisco, winding from the waterfront through various communities and ending outside the city's downtown.
A massive new art installation shows us what's happening underground may be just as exciting as the chaos above it.
Artists George Zisiadis and Stefano Corazza have created an exhibit, Lightrail, that illustrates the real-time movements of San Francisco's subway system (BART and Muni trains) aboveground.
Seeing as how an underground line from, say, downtown to the Outer Richmond would make too much sense, enter the Central Subway, the city's $1.6 billion project that will run the T-Third light-rail line from Fourth and Brannan stree...
An experimental oral drug given to mice after a spinal cord injury was effective at improving limb movement after the injury, a new study shows.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Arts & Design has installed additions to two of its major art programs, Lightbox photography and Poetry in Motion, to welcome customers back from summer holiday with new art on view.
The annual gathering of self-identified “disruptors” in downtown San Francisco this week will disrupt traffic, transportation officials warned. Officials with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency predicted heavy traffic...