Bikes on BART
BART’s board of directors voted to lift a ban on bikes aboard rush hour trains for five months Thursday night and may make the policy change permanent, according to the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
As thousands of cyclists celebrated Bike to Work Day, transit officials considered several proposals Thursday to better accommodate the growing number of Bay Area Rapid Transit riders who have made biking part of their commute.
A new survey of BART passengers released Monday shows a wider acceptance of allowing bicycles on the transit agency’s trains.
A week-long pilot program allowing bicycles on all trains on BART began Monday, the second test of expanding bicycle access to BART this year.
A weeklong test program allowing bicycles on all trains on BART starts Monday. The pilot program is the second test expansion of bicycle access to BART this year.
Bay Area Rapid Transit will begin a week-long pilot project on Monday that will allow riders with bikes access to trains at all times.
By all accounts, it’s a thorny issues for commuters on both sides of the aisle, so to speak: should bicycles be allowed on BART trains?