BART riders may have been exposed to measles when an infected San Mateo County resident commuted last week from the Peninsula to San Francisco.
You can now stow your bike free for a day at a new BART Bike Station in the Uptown neighborhood at 19th and Broadway streets.
A Bay Area lawmaker has started a new effort to ban strikes by BART workers. The bill’s proposal is getting mixed reviews with some BART riders giving it a thumb’s up.
SF Transit Officials And Entertainment Board Members Aim To Improve Late-Night Transportation System
A new report by a whole host of San Francisco nightlife, safety, and transportation officials has found that the current late night public transportation system has been described as extremely inefficient, unreliable, and at times, unsafe.
“The Other 9-To-5″ report calls for a major boost in overnight public transportation to and from San Francisco. The only problem is the report doesn’t have a plan for where to get the cash to make it happen.
Bicycle advocates are upset that the new rail cars BART is going to test, starting this summer, will only have space for bikes at one end.
The Federal Transit Administration is awarding BART a $5 million grant to develop a new technology to protect track-side workers.
Smoke filling the Powell Street station caused a scare for some Bay Area Rapid Transit commuters Friday morning.
BART directors voted unanimously Thursday to give final approval to an ordinance that allows the transit agency to ban electronic cigarettes on its trains and in its stations.
This week’s warning sent out to BART riders that they may have been exposed to measles is raising more questions about vaccinations and who is most susceptible to the highly-contagious disease.