Debate Stirs Up Controversy Over 'Seat Hog' Arrest PolicySome BART directors might have buyers remorse for an ordinance narrowly passed in April criminalizing "seat hogs."
BART Considers New Approach To Escalator Etiquette For Speedier ExitBART officials are looking at an experiment done in the London Underground that had people coming out of a crowded station organize themselves on the escalator.
Bay Area Resident Identified As Pilot Who Died In Plane Crash On BART TracksA pilot who died when his small plane crashed on BART tracks in Hayward on Sunday was identified Monday as a long-time Bay Area resident who works for a Korea-based semiconductor manufacturer.
Pilot Killed In Light Plane Crash On Hayward BART TracksThe plane went down on tracks near the Hayward Yard, causing a small fire; East Bay BART service has been restored.
BART Placing $3.5 Billion Bond To Fix System On November BallotAfter years of focusing on system expansion, the BART Board of Directors is looking to completely rebuild the agency’s aging infrastructure and voted unanimously Thursday to place a $3.5 billion bond on the November ballot to fund the effort.
Some BART Workers Make Almost 3 Times Their Salaries In Overtime PaySome BART workers are making almost three times their salaries in overtime pay.
Warriors Victory Means BART Will Resume Normal East Bay Service On MondayBART will resume normal service at 3 p.m. Monday as a courtesy to fans coming from Fremont and Dublin/Pleasanton.
BART Tracks Between San Leandro, Bay Fair Closed Memorial Day WeekendThe fifth and final weekend track closure between the San Leandro and Bay Fair BART stations will take place this weekend, finishing three weeks ahead of schedule, according to BART officials.
Person Rescued From Under Train At Embarcadero BART StationEast Bay-bound BART service from San Francisco was interrupted Monday morning as fire crews rescued a person from under a train at Embarcadero station, BART officials said.
BART Settles Case With Drunken Passenger Hurt During Arrest For $1.35 MillionBART has agreed to pay $1.35 million to a drunken passenger who was body-slammed by transit officers trying to restrain her.
Smoky BART Train Triggers Morning Commute DelaysMorning commuters heading to San Francisco on the Bay Area Rapid Transit system ran into delays Friday morning because of a train with smoky brakes.
BART Service Resumes In Hayward After Person Hit By TrainBART service on the Fremont line was stopped in both directions between the Hayward and South Hayward stations for about 30 minutes after a person was struck by a train, according to transit officials.

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