Commuters endured another tough morning commute because of a Bay Area Rapid Transit worker strike. Meanwhile, there were no new negotiations scheduled between BART management and its employee unions.
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.
Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District officials have one of those “good problems” on their hands: their Larkspur to San Francisco ferry service is a popular one with commuters. So much so, in fact, that riders are engaging in a daily dash for parking spaces, not to mention a scramble for a seat on a boat.
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?
A Bay Area Rapid Transit official said the eBART project linking Eastern Contra Costa County with BART is on time and on budget.
The Bay Area’s newest ferry service began carrying commuters between the East Bay and the Peninsula Monday, according to the San Francisco Water Emergency Transportation Authority.
Officials said they remain on schedule to reopen Doyle Drive at 5 a.m. on Monday morning.
Caltrans is urging drivers to steer clear of the Golden Gate Bridge this weekend as the Doyle Drive approach to the bridge will be closed from Friday night to Monday morning.
A southbound Caltrain hit a vehicle near the Menlo Park station, injuring one person and causing major delays throughout the afternoon commute.
The Bay Bridge is back open, providing relief to drivers who stayed in town over the Presidents Day weekend and were caught up in the gridlock during the closure.