BART Turns 45 With A Challenging Future AheadWhen BART began transporting passengers 45 years ago, it was a modern marvel. But now, entering middle age it's unique design and construction have combined to create challenges.
Santa Rosa Ribbon-Cutting Marks Official Launch Of North Bay SMART Rail ServiceCitizens and dignitaries from Marin and Sonoma counties celebrated the grand opening of the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District's full passenger train service on Friday.
Suspect Arrested For Threatening Women With Knife At BART StationA male suspect was arrested in San Francisco after he waved a knife at four female victims and threatened to hurt them late Saturday night at BART's Richmond station.
Four Arrested In San Francisco Muni AttacksFour suspects have been arrested in recent series of strong-arm robberies on San Francisco Muni buses, according to police.
Body Found In Pedestrian Tunnel At BART Bay Fair StationA man who was found dead at the Bay Fair BART station in San Leandro Thursday morning has been identified.
Police Advise Caution At Crossings During New SMART Train TestingSan Rafael police are advising motorists to use caution at railroad crossings now that the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District begins testing its passenger service schedule Friday between Santa Rosa and San Rafael.
Crime Falls On San Francisco Muni; Riders Still Fearful While statistics show crime has fallen to a four-year low on San Francisco’s Municipal transit vehicles, a recent survey found that only 55 percent of all riders say they feel safe.
Teenage Girls Arrested In BART Train BeatingThree teenage girls have been arrested for allegedly committing a beating a passenger on a train at the West Oakland BART station in February.
BART ‘Train Of Future’ Breaks Down; Triggers Major Delays A breakdown during an overnight test of BART’s ‘Train Of The Future’ triggered a major delay on the transit system’s East Bay lines early Friday morning.
Political Ads Banned From San Francisco Muni Vehicles, Transit StopsSan Francisco's buses, trains and transit shelters will no longer display advertising that includes political messages after a vote by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board.
BART Rejects Underwear Ad As Too VulgarAn ad campaign from a New York-based women’s underwear manufacturer centering on a controversial statement made by Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has been rejected by BART officials.
Debate Stirs Up Controversy Over 'Seat Hog' Arrest PolicySome BART directors might have buyers remorse for an ordinance narrowly passed in April criminalizing "seat hogs."