A new survey of BART passengers released Monday shows a wider acceptance of allowing bicycles on the transit agency’s trains.
If you’ve ever been on the subway in New York or Tokyo, you’re familiar with how packed trains can be. Commuters who ride BART are increasingly experiencing crushing crowds and packed trains.
If you are planning to take public transportation in the Bay Area on Sunday, you may spot some riders without pants. The event, “No Pants! Subway Ride” expects to…
Public transit was still recovering on Sunday afternoon from flooding and power outages caused by the morning’s heavy rain.
BART, Caltrain, Muni and Golden Gate ferries all saw huge crowds as revelers headed to San Francisco for the Giants victory parade.
The Marin County Transit District’s Board of Directors on Monday morning unanimously approved a new four-year agreement for local bus service with Golden Gate Transit.
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit officials say higher ridership and a tax boost have brought in an extra $11 million.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency on Tuesday approved plans to spend approximately $33.8 million on 45 new hybrid electric buses.
BART’s southward extension toward San Jose is on track with the Warm Springs Station set to open in 2015.
Construction on the future BART line to San Jose took a big step forward Thursday when crews began demolishing five vacant industrial buildings east of the Flea Market.