East Bay BART Riders Robbed of Cellphone, Laptop in Separate Incidents FridayA laptop and a cellphone were stolen from patrons at two different BART stations Friday, with four teenagers attacking one of the victims.
BART's Filthiest Stations Start Getting Cleaned Around The ClockBART is making a clean sweep at some of its filthiest stations.
BART Hiring Additional Janitors To Clean Most Crowded StationsBay Area Rapid Transit stations in San Francisco and Oakland should be getting a lot cleaner.
Equipment Issues Delay Citations In BART Fare Evasion CrackdownBART's new crackdown on fare evasion is underway, but a key piece of equipment is holding up the full implementation of the program.
Art Students Create Posters Urging Etiquette On BARTBART officials have asked students from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco to design posters to deter poor behavior and encourage etiquette on BART property.
Power Issues Force Bay Fair BART Station to CloseThe Bay Fair BART station in San Leandro closed Thursday night due to power issues. The closure followed an earlier BART service delay at the Oakland Coliseum station.
2 Men Arrested In Separate Violent Attacks At SF, San Leandro BART StationsOfficers made arrests in two violent incidents on BART Friday at two different stations, one in San Francisco, one in San Leandro.
Woman Dies Falling Down Montgomery Street BART Station EscalatorA 51-year-old woman has died after falling down the escalator at the Montgomery Street BART station Thursday night.
Man Arrested In Berkeley For Allegedly Striking A 5-Year-Old Child On BARTPolice arrested a 19-year-old man in Berkeley for allegedly striking a 5-year-old child who accidentally bumped into him on a BART train.
BART Maintenance Truck Derails In East Bay; Morning Commute DelaysA BART maintenance truck designed to travel on the transit system's rail line derailed early Thursday, triggering major delays on the Fremont-Warm Springs line.
BART Mulls Variable Rates, Plate Readers To Address Parking IssuesParking lots fill up as early as 6 a.m., making it difficult for many commuters to access some BART stations, and there is a lengthy wait-list for permits for reserved spaces.
GPS System Vulnerable to Hacking Attack That Could Cripple Bay Area EconomyImagine an attack in the Bay Area that shuts down the bridges and BART; where the ATMs and your credit cards don't work and planes, trains and Uber are no longer available.

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