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 Electrical Glitch Disappears As Mysteriously As It AppearedA persistent electrical problem that crippled BART service at the end of the Pittsburg/Bay Point line for more than two weeks starting in March has gone away almost entirely, but its cause remains unknown, according to BART.
BART Fixing Mysterious Transbay Tube Electrical Problem Knocking Out TrainsBART is fixing a mysterious power surge problem in the Transbay Tube that's resulted in fewer and more crowded trains but hasn't yet figured out the root cause of the problem.
BART Sets Weekday Ridership Record In FebruaryBART set a record last month for average monthly weekday ridership, a BART spokeswoman said Wednesday.
BART Transbay Tube Closed For Labor Day Weekend Construction, Other Transit Agencies Pitch InTransit agencies are pitching in get people between the East Bay and San Francisco this weekend as BART’s Transbay Tube closes for three days.
Could BART Finally Reopen Its Bathrooms At Underground Stations?The bathroom at the 10 stations have been closed since the September 11 terrorist attacks.
BART Riders Report Smoke At San Francisco Powell St. Station, Transbay Traffic Briefly HaltedBART service was recovering Tuesday morning after reports of smoke on the underground tracks in San Francisco.
San Francisco Public Transportation Helps Drive Local EconomyBus and rail operators of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI) command some of the nation's highest paid salaries in the transportation industry.
BART Shutdown By Helium Balloon That Short-Circuited Electrical Lines In East BayBART service was stopped in both directions between Bay Fair, Hayward and Castro Valley Wednesday afternoon, after a problem with equipment caused major delays in and out of San Francisco earlier.
Police Activity - Not Earthquakes - Blamed For East Bay BART Trains DelaysPolice activity at the Lafayette BART station caused major delays for trains Wednesday morning, an agency dispatcher said.
New Video Shows BART Cop Slamming Drunk Woman To Floor In Federal LawsuitBay Area Rapid Transit police face a lawsuit claiming they used excessive force on a drunken woman last year.
BART Closures Planned for 12 Upcoming Weekends: Complete Closure ListEver notice how BART trains slow down on certain sections of track? They do that because the 40-year-old wooden ties are so old they could come loose at higher speeds, potentially causing a train to not only derail, but go plummeting off the elevated tracks.

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