UPDATE: Woman Dragged To Her Death By BART Train While Tethered To Dog Leash IdentifiedAuthorities on Tuesday identified the woman who was dragged to her death Monday afternoon when her dog's leash became entangled in the doors of a BART train as it departed from the system's Powell Street Station in downtown San Francisco.
UPDATE: Powell Street BART Station Reopens in San Francisco After Fatal IncidentThe Powell Street BART Station in San Francisco has reopened after a person was fatally struck by a train, causing major delays systemwide Monday afternoon, according to authorities.
2nd Transbay Rail Crossing Would Aid Transit Needs In 21 NorCal Counties, Backers SayNearly half of unmet rail transit needs in Northern California could be mitigated by a plan to build a second transbay rail corridor between San Francisco and Oakland, officials with the project said Thursday.
BART Installing Tougher Fare Gates In Effort To Stymie Fare EvadersWhile BART ridership remains way down compared to before the pandemic, officials are scrambling to replace lost revenues, and that includes people who are freeloading on the system.
Clipper Card Users To Get Half-Off BART Fares Through End of SeptemberBART is offering half-off fares for people using Clipper starting Wednesday and lasting through all of September, according to the transit agency.
BART, Caltrain, AC Transit Among Agencies Offering Fare Discounts In September To Welcome Riders BackLooking to welcome riders back, BART, Caltrain and other transit agencies in the Bay Area are offering fare discounts in September.
BART to Receive $331 Million Grant From U.S. Dept. of Transportation for Pandemic RecoveryThe U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration announced Thursday that it is issuing a grant of nearly $331 million to BART to help the transit agency recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
BART Service Nears Pre-Pandemic Level Monday as Hours ExpandOn Monday, BART service will ramp up to near pre-pandemic levels, including the return of late-night trains and expanded weekend service.
Teens Arrested In Attempted Robbery Of BART PassengerTwo teenage boys have been arrested for allegedly spraying a BART passenger with pepper spray and attempting to steal his backpack, authorities said.
Plan For Urban Village At San Jose's New BART Station Raises Concerns With Local BusinessesThe Little Portugal neighborhood near Five Wounds church in San Jose will be transformed when BART pushes into downtown San Jose of the next decade.
UPDATE: Oakland Firefighters Extinguish Homeless Encampment Fire; BART Service DisruptedOakland firefighters are making progress extinguishing a fire at a homeless encampment near 16th Avenue and East 12th Street that is impacting I-880 traffic and BART service, according to authorities.
Fireworks Delight A's Fans But No BART Is a BummerFans at the Oakland Coliseum were treated to a fireworks show Friday night but it came at a cost. Without late service from BART, most of the fans drove to the stadium, creating quite a jam.
BART Adding Limited Late Night Trains July 15; 'Near Pre-Pandemic Service' In Early AugustBay Area Rapid Transit announced Thursday that the agency will return to what they described as "near pre-pandemic service" ahead of schedule and that limited late night service will begin later this month.
A's Suspend Ticket Sales For Friday Night Game, Blast BART Over Lack Of Post-Fireworks ServiceThe Oakland A's have suspended sales for Friday night's game at the Coliseum, as the team blasts BART for not offering train service following a scheduled postgame fireworks display.
BART Reports Major Delays Between San Francisco International Airport, Millbrae StationsAn equipment problem aboard a BART train resulted in major delays between between Millbrae and San Francisco International Airport Tuesday morning.