BART ridership is higher than ever but its fleet of train cars is breaking down, especially on hot days. Trains can get so crowded during rush hour that some passengers are unable to get on.
BART will soon begin charging for parking at its four remaining stations that have lots without daily fees, agency officials announced Monday.
Bay Area Rapid Transit crews put the finishing touches of a bridge that will connect its past with the future. The bridge in Fremont will lead BART into Santa Clara County for the first time.
System officials say they’re planning a 1-year pilot program that will put a handful of buses on existing AC Transit routes and link up parts of Contra Costa county with more buses crossing the bridge each night from San Francisco.
BART, Other Transit Agencies Beef Up Security After Word Of Alleged Plot By ISIS To Attack U.S. Subways
BART police said they have increased patrols, including the use of K-9 teams. Muni is doing the same on its platforms and trains.
Do you remember when Bay Area Rapid Transit was the next big thing? Perhaps not. It was more than 40 years ago.
Over 300 people have been banned from the BART system after the transit agency’s law went into effect allowing them to issue stay-away orders.
A San Francisco specialty apparel firm is rolling out a jacket designed for mass transit commuters who can’t bear to be stuck among their germ-spewing fellow passengers.
BART police are asking for the public’s help in identifying persons of interest in a shooting that occurred near the bus zone at the
Hayward station in June.
A new app from BART is supposed to be a discreet way to report crime on the transit system. But privacy advocates and the American Civil Liberties Union are sounding the alarm.