Remember the days when owning a car was the ultimate ticket to adulthood and freedom? If you’re scratching your head, you’re most likely a Millennial (a generation that lags far behind its Baby Boomer parents in terms of new vehicle sales). You can blame Uber, Zipcar–and soon, you may be blaming Getaround.
Time to set aside a little extra cash if you’re an Uber or Lyft driver in San Francisco. For reasons unknown, the city has now decided to crack down on those who make a living (or even part of a living) driving other people around on either of the two big mobile ride-hailing services.
What would you do if you couldn’t afford to pay rent in the city of your dreams?
After the Super Bowl leaves town San Francisco can stop vandalizing corporate statues and go back to focusing on more important projects, like imagining the day the Bay Bridge bike path might finally cross the entire San Francisco Bay.
The single cable supporting the barely two-year-old eastern span of San Francisco’s Bay Bridge could be facing very real corrosion dangers, the lead designer of the $6.4 billion project warns.
According to the broker, it’s the cheapest home on the market in San Francisco, and it’s an unlivable shack.
In the art world, movements come and go. What might seem trendy or new during one season seems outdated by the next. But a city like San Francisco is especially well-suited to throw those rules out of the window.