Equipment Issues Delay Citations In BART Fare Evasion CrackdownBART's new crackdown on fare evasion is underway, but a key piece of equipment is holding up the full implementation of the program.
Over 50 Cited For Fare Evasion At El Cerrito BART StationsOfficers cited more than 50 people for fare evasion and arrested six in an enforcement action that took place in and around two El Cerrito BART stations Thursday.
BART Police Officer Attacked While Detaining Fare Evasion SuspectA Richmond man was arrested Saturday morning at the Hayward BART station on suspicion of failing to pay for a BART ride and other offenses.
BART Steps Up Fare Evasion Crackdown, Requires Proof Of PaymentBay Area Rapid Transit is ramping up its campaign against fare evasion, approving a requirement for riders to show proof of payment.
BART Stops Dozens For Suspected Fare Evasion In Latest SweepBART police appeared in greater numbers at two stations and between the Coliseum and West Oakland stations Thursday as part of the new chief’s strategy to cut fare evasion.
BART Ramps Up Crackdown On Fare EvadersBART Police are putting riders who are not paying for their rides on notice, by cracking down on fare evasion.
BART Juvenile Fare Evader Crackdown Thwarted By New State LawBART is looking to spend millions of dollars putting fare cheats out of business. But it turns out, it's against state law to go after juveniles.
SFMTA Board Votes To Decriminalize Youth Fare EvasionThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board voted Tuesday to decriminalize fare evasion and other passenger conduct violations for minors, bringing the penalties into line with those imposed on adults.
Federal Anti-Terrorist Money Used By Muni To Tackle Fare Evasion In San FranciscoSince 9/11 San Francisco's Municipal Transportation Agency has been using federal counter terrorism grants to help catch bus and rail fare cheaters on Muni. But there are questions about whether such use of funds is appropriate.
Report Finds Muni’s All-Door Boarding Reducing Delays SlightlyMuni’s first assessment of their all-door boarding policy is resulting in slight improvements to on-time performance according to a report released last week by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
SF Muni Considers All-Door Boarding SystemSan Francisco Muni is considering a new policy that would allow bus passengers to enter through the rear doors of buses in an effort to increase on-time performance.