BART Riders Facing New Year Fare IncreasesFares are going up for BART riders in the new year, with everyone paying 2.7 percent more than in 2017, according to the transit agency.
Heightened BART Security In Wake Of London BombingTransit officials increased security Friday at Bay Area BART stations in the wake of a terrorist bombing in London that left 22 people injured.
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.
BART Offers Preview Of New Trains In TestingAs BART continues to test its new train cars, media in the Bay Area got a chance on Monday to take a closer look at the new fleet.
BART Considers End To Seat Hog LawThe president of BART's board has proposed rescinding a law that allows police to fine riders for occupying more than one seat.
Crashes Trigger Commute Misery On Bay Area BridgesMorning crashes on both the San Mateo Bridge and the Bay Bridge early Monday created a miserable commute to start the work week.
East Bay BART Track Repairs Continue Through Holiday WeekendRiders should expect 20-40 minute delays, especially if headed to the Oakland Airport.
Elon Musk Posts Video Of 'Electric Sled' For Underground Tunnel TravelThe founder of the SpaceX and Tesla told a recent TED Talk his ideas for improving the speed and cost effectiveness of tunnel boring.
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.
Ambitious Plans For San Francisco Transbay Center Not Without ControversyA $2.19 billion transit center, complete with a four-block long rooftop park, a massive shopping mall and an underground train station, all in the heart of downtown.
San Francisco #1 City In U.S. For Living Without A CarThe real estate experts at Redfin named San Francisco the best city in America for people who "don't want a car, but still want to get around."
Uber To Launch Free Traffic-Status Website, Share Data With CitiesAlthough anyone can use the website, Uber says it believes its main audience will be city officials dealing with congestion in their streets and transit systems.