BART is recovering from a 10 to 15 minute delay this morning due to equipment problems, according to an alert on Twitter, posted at about 6 a.m.
Riders who depend on BART to ship them to and from work, school and appointments notice delays are becoming more common. And they’re not the only ones.
It’s June. Your hour and 45 minute Bay Bridge commute has suddenly been cut in half. Where did everybody go? It’s all about the ‘bunny ears.’
“Making off like a herd of turtles,” is just one of this BART operator’s catch phrases as his passion for passengers comes through the train intercom.
An obstruction was cleared from a BART track in the Berkeley Hills tunnel Friday morning but major delays persist for commuters, BART officials said.
BART crews have repaired a damaged piece of train control equipment that was causing major delays systemwide Wednesday morning and are working now to restore service on all lines.
Your commute in San Francisco may be a little less congested today thanks to a new effort to ease the traffic on city streets.
Three simultaneous medical emergencies triggered BART delays into San Francisco at the tail end of the morning commute Monday.
In a desperate measure, transit officials are considering wrong-way bus lanes to ease congestion on the Bay Bridge during the morning commute.
Some of Caltrain’s newly-purchased rail cars went into service Monday to help alleviate the crowded transportation system.