SF State Senate Candidates To Face Off In Pokémon Go ChallengeThe Pokémon Go craze takes a political turn in San Francisco this weekend when rival state senator candidates Jane Kim and Scott Weiner face off in a Poké-battle for charity
BART Struggles To Fill Engineering JobsBART doesn't have enough engineers to handle its growing workload and is having a problem filling dozens of openings for engineers.
Repairs To Close BART Tracks Between Daly City, Glen Park On WeekendsSan Francisco’s Balboa Park BART station and the tracks between Glen Park and Daly City will be closed for seven weekends starting later this month to allow for repairs and improvement.
Transbay BART Service Restored After Truck Crash On West Oakland TracksThe West Oakland BART station reopened an hour after a truck crashed onto the tracks near the station, interrupting the evening commute.
Fake BART Cameras Not Getting Replaced Until 2017In February, BART said it would immediately start replacing fake train cameras with real ones after a 19 year old was shot and killed aboard a train at the West Oakland station with no video evidence. But now according to KQED, retrofitting the old cars isn’t as easy as they thought.
Diesel-Powered BART Trains Unveiled For East Bay ExtensionTransit officials unveiled a new line of diesel-powered BART trains Thursday that will be deployed when the system arrives in the growing city of Antioch.
Debris Fire On Tracks Slows BART TrainsCommuters experienced delays Thursday morning as BART trains were forced to briefly stop near the Glen Park station in San Francisco because of a debris fire on the tracks.
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.

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