Good news, Bay Area! Apple Pay now works with Clipper cards. That means you can now use an iPhone or Apple Watch to pay for BART. Or Muni. Or Caltrain. Or the ferry! Or (almost) any other transit-rela
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There are few feelings worse than returning to the spot you locked up your bike after a fun evening and seeing nothing. As a San Francisco cyclist, I’ve had my stomach sink more than once at tha
<img src="https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/minor-threat.jpg" />They're out there. Be afraid. They could be anywhere, everywhere, anyone. They are shadowy, deadly, mysterious, guided b
Since shutting down cell service on Thursday to try to quell rumored protests which never came to fruition, the Bay Area Transit Authority (BART) has had an interesting weekend and Monday.
As many may be aware by now, <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bay_Area_Rapid_Transit">Bay Area Rapid Transit</a>, also known fondly as BART and San Francisco's version of a municipal subway syste
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