Bay Area Rapid Transit
Bay Area Rapid Transit’s extension into Oakland International Airport opened over the holiday weekend with a promising start. But to make the costly project profitable, many more need to come aboard.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit extension between the Coliseum Station and Oakland International should be operational for the Thanksgiving travel crush, according to system officials.
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.
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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.
Increased ridership, shorter trains, and an aging fleet are part of the reason BART commuters are being packed into cars like sardines many days.
Service was disrupted through the Tuesday evening commute after a train was taken out of service near the Pleasant Hill station, after it had a problem with a wheel component.
A group of African American BART workers said they found racist, threatening graffiti on their lockers, and don’t feel safe at work.
For years, people talked about Fremont mostly as the place where BART service stopped, but the extension into the South Bay is a boon to the city’s economy, lawmakers say.