Bay Area Rapid Transit Police keep back demonstrators that are trying to keep a train from leaving the Civic Center station on August 15, 2011 in San Francisco. The hacker group 'Anonymous' staged a demonstration at a BART station this evening after BART officials turned off cellphone service in its stations last week during a disruptive protest following a fatal shooting of a man by BART police. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

CBS 5 Poll: Public Supports BART On Cellphone Shutdown Decision

A CBS 5 poll released Monday night found that a majority of the public in the Bay Area backed the transit agency’s decision to cut off cellphone service.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–08/15/2011

Police in riot gear stand watch at BART's Embarcadero station. (CBS 5 viewer photo)

BART Protest Leads To Temporary Station Closures

Dozen of protesters gathered on a Bay Area Rapid Transit platforms in downtown San Francisco on Monday evening in response to the agency’s interruption of cellphone service to prevent another protest last week.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–08/15/2011

Members of the group “No Justice, No BART” crowded onto a BART train at Civic Center station on July 11, 2011. The group was protesting July 3, 2011 shooting death of Charles Hill by BART Police officers. (CBS)

BART Defends Interruption Of Cellphone Service Against ACLU Complaints

A Bay Area Rapid Transit spokesman defended Monday the agency’s interruption of cellphone service to prevent a protest from happening at train stations in downtown San Francisco last week.

CBS San Francisco–08/15/2011

The hacker group 'Anonymous' allegedly infiltrated the MyBART portion of the BART website Sunday.

BART Prepares For New Protests After Website Hacking

Bay Area Rapid Transit prepared for renewed protests Monday, a day after hackers broke into a BART user website and posted contact information for more than 2,000 customers.

CBS San Francisco–08/15/2011