Woman Dies Falling Down Montgomery Street BART Station EscalatorA 51-year-old woman has died after falling down the escalator at the Montgomery Street BART station Thursday night.
BART Gets Green Light To Use New Passenger CarsAfter several delays, BART officials were given the green light late Wednesday night by the state Public Utilities Commission to put 10 new passengers cars into service.
California Gas Tax Props Public Transit, Drains Drivers' WalletsThe California gas tax means hundreds of millions of dollars and improved public transit.
Smart Train Service Between Marin, Sonoma County To Start Aug. 25The Sonoma-Marin Rail Transit District announced Thursday that passenger service will begin on the new train line between Sonoma and Marin counties next Friday.
BART Board Declines To Study 25-Cent Minimum Fare IncreaseThe BART Board of Directors decided this morning not to study increasing the minimum fare by 25 cents in an effort to balance the 2018 fiscal year budget and offset a projected 10-year budget deficit.
No Quick Fix For SF Muni's Nextbus Tracking SystemIt seemed like a great idea -- a web-based tracking system called 'Nextbus' that allows passengers waiting catch a ride on San Francisco Muni lines tell when their bus or light rail train will arrive.
BART's Multi-Billion Dollar Bond Measure Feels PushbackBART warns that breakdowns and delays could be even worse if voters don't sign off on a multi-billion dollar bond measure on the November ballot.
New Housing Developments Adding Pressure To BART SystemAs BART struggles to accommodate record ridership, construction of new housing near BART stations will likely send thousands of new commuters onto the system in the coming years.
BART Woes Worsen; Problems In Transbay TubeBART platforms were crowded Friday morning with frustrated passengers as the massive BART transit system limped through a morning commute hampered by electrical problems in the East Bay and in the Transbay Tube.
UC Berkeley Student Rode Public Transit, Visited Campus Before Measles DiagnosisA University of California at Berkeley student with the measles rode on public transit and spent time on campus before diagnosed, Berkeley Public Health officials said Monday.
San Francisco Public Transportation Helps Drive Local EconomyBus and rail operators of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI) command some of the nation's highest paid salaries in the transportation industry.
Big Game Day In Oakland, Warrior, A's Fans Urged To Use Public TransitSports fans converging on the O.co Coliseum and Oracle Arena Wednesday for Oakland Athletics and Golden State Warriors games are being strongly encouraged to take public transit

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