A fight or disturbance between six or seven people at a San Francisco BART station was the reason for major delays in part of the system Sunday night, a BART police officer said.
It was a party getting into San Francisco for Sunday’s Gay Pride Parade. Paradegoers were in a raucous, good mood as they crowded onto BART trains, ferries, and Caltrains heading to The City.
BART police have become one of the first police departments in the country to implement a specific policy governing interactions with transgender individuals, BART officials said Thursday.
PG&E was working to restore power to customers in Walnut Creek Thursday evening after downed lines caused an outage that shut down BART service for around two hours and affected as many as 3,000 customers.
The bathroom at the 10 stations have been closed since the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The West Dublin/Pleasanton BART station has reopened Wednesday morning following a death on the tracks, according to BART officials.
BART service was recovering Tuesday morning after reports of smoke on the underground tracks in San Francisco.
BART closed the 16th Street Mission station in San Francisco earlier Sunday afternoon because a person was talking about explosives and possibly blowing up a train, a BART police lieutenant said Sunday.
Many Warriors fans are taking BART to get to the streets of Oakland for Friday’s victory parade and celebration, but it’s not clear the system will break the previous ridership record.
Workers constructing the BART extension into Antioch accidentally sparked a grass fire Wednesday afternoon that burned roughly 7 acres of vegetation, a fire official said.