BART Board of Directors
Starting in July SFO employees who BART to work will save three dollars a day, thanks to the BART Board of Directors who voted to eliminate a $1.50 per-ride premium for airport employees.
Reported assaults include biting, kicking and punching of station agents. Train operators said they’ve also been subjected to spitting.
BART’s Board of Directors held a rare meeting session that went into the weekend in Walnut Creek to discuss the major funding challenges facing the agency.
The BART Board of Directors has postponed a vote on a new cellphone policy, saying they want that policy to be “crystal clear” before it is adopted.
BART’s new General Manager Grace Crunican considers service for the riders and “getting back to the basics” to be her number one priority.
The search for a new general manager for Bay Area Rapid Transit is underway in earnest, and the BART Board of Directors met for hours in closed session Thursday morning to discuss a possible hire.
The financial fallout appears to continue for BART, following the recent and very public – not to mention expensive – exit of general manager Dorothy Dugger.
BART’s board of directors has experienced little turnover in recent years, but former East Bay Bicycle Coalition Executive Director Robert Raburn shook it up in Tuesday’s election by comfortably beating three-term incumbent Carole Ward Allen of Oakland.
OAKLAND, Calif. (KCBS)_ BART passengers who were expecting a fare reduction may have to wait awhile longer if they get one at all. The transit agency’s Board of Directors has extra money in its coffers, […]