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City Supervisor John Avalos claims the Blues cause "terror" when flying over the city's neighborhoods.

The fatal crash of a Blue Angel pilot last week has led a lawmaker in San Francisco to propose a ban of the team's flights over the city.

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Italian electric motorcycle company plans to open a San Francisco boutique.

The Italian electric motorcycle maker Energica is setting up shop in San Francisco, and shows off its latest bike with California tour.

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These cars likely preview Lyft's autonomous EV.

Two Chevy Bolt EVs, one still wearing camo, were spotted in San Francisco. Both have what appear to be autonomous driving test devices on the roof.

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New bus service between Los Angeles and San Francisco offers a sleeping berth, on-board wifi, and more to present a compelling alternative to flying.

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Unless you drive less than seven days. A year.

San Francisco is going to required Uber and Lyft drivers to get business licenses if they want to work more than a handful of days a year.

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The smaller the car, the easier it is to mess with it.

By the looks of it, Seattle Car2go Smart Fortwos need a "This way up" sticker on them.

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YouTube user AydoSF built a BB-8 on to the back wheel of his car so the little droid could follow wherever they go.

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Boosted Boards brings Aladdin to the streets of San Francisco

The love story of Aladdin and Jasmine gets a modern twist, and draws lots of looks with an electric magic carpet.

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Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx narrows list to 7 at SXSW.

Seventy-eight American cities submitted applications for the Department of Transportation's Smart City Challenge. On Saturday, the DOT announced finalists.

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With more H2 stations up and running in the San Francisco Bay Area, Hyundai is going to start leasing the Tucson Fuel Cell there soon.

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Uber's destinations pilot program in San Francisco could lure part-time drivers to the company by making it easier to pickup a fare while already commuting.

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Not Enough Places To Park In The City By The Bay

BMW's DriveNow car-sharing service will suspend San Francisco operations in November.

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In San Francisco, Uber is basically turning private cars into buses.

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If You're Going To San Francisco, Be Sure To Drive Your Fuel-Cell Car

US DOT may build the world's largest hydrogen refueling station in the City by the Bay.

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Toyota boosts incentives on Prius for California residents to as much as $3,000.

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With the launch Audi on Demand, customers will be able to order a new Audi from their smartphone to their door on a day-by-day basis... at least in San Francisco where it's being rolled out initially.

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Several startups in San Francisco are trying to bring a luxury experience to mass transit with fleets of highly upgraded buses that offer things like waiters onboard to deliver snacks. Could these companies be bad for the city, though?

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Challenges Remain For Plug In Drivers

Think that owning and driving a plug-in vehicle in green-centric San Francisco is easy? You should probably think again. That's because a lot of other residents already have the same idea, and there aren't enough charging stations to keep up. A classic First World problem, for sure, but a problem nevertheless for at least one EV driver.

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The DriveNow carsharing service, which is a partnership between BMW and Sixt, is growing quite rapidly. "We've been surprised about the explosion of new subscriptions, which has helped boost revenue," says Sixt CEO Erich Sixt. The number of DriveNow users has increased from 215,000 at the end of last year to 300,000 today.

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San Francisco Mayor's Chevy Volt Is Ticket Magnet

In a poll of drivers in Portland, more than 80 percent said they would be driving an EV in the next 10 years if they weren't already. The poll was small and not scientific, with just 218 votes cast, but it does reflect a slice of a certain population with changing attitudes toward electric mobility, and 80 percent is an impressive figure. Additionally, 43 percent of respondents planned to have an EV in the next five years, and only 18 percent said they prefer gasoline-powered vehicles. With EVs

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