OAKLAND (KCBS) – Bay Area transportation leaders have been drawing up contingency plans in case Bay Area Rapid Transit workers walk off the job again on August 4.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has promised better commute alternatives, despite the limited options.
In the event of another BART strike, the transit agency will add additional bus shuttles and add a fifth departure point at Concord Station. Bay Ferry Service has secured a second additional daily boat from Golden Gate Transit. And AC Transit may augment its transbay service.