A BART spokesperson said there have been three incidents this week. The most recent incident happened early Tuesday morning in Oakland.
Transportation officials are more rushed than ever to find solutions to ongoing safety issues on Bay Area railways. This urgency comes following three apparently unrelated deaths on the tracks Saturday.
California’s plan for a $98 billion high-speed rail system to connect Northern and Southern California does not comply with some parts of the 2008 ballot measure voters approved to provide the seed money, providing the latest obstacle for the embattled project, according to the state’s legislative analyst.
Capitol Corridor trains have launched free wireless Internet access just in time for Cyber Monday shopping.
Bay Area Rapid Transit was reporting major delays to trains heading from San Francisco to the East Bay Wednesday afternoon because of a disabled train at the Montgomery Station.
BART directors were all smiles Thursday as the transit system finished the fiscal year with a $20 million surplus, which is almost unheard of in the public transit business.
California’s controversial high speed rail project, which lost congressional and legislative support after costs skyrocketed, still has the support of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood.
The study found that major upgrades would be needed for the plan to come together.
Bay Area Rapid Transit officials are trying to figure out exactly what happened Monday night when computers crashed, halting service throughout the BART system for two hours.
Bay Area Rapid Transit trains were in full service during Tuesday morning’s commute after service was stopped for several hours throughout the system due to a computer glitch Monday night.