COVID: Longer Commute Times Could Be On The Horizon With Schools ReopeningBay Area commutes are still a lot quicker now then they were before the pandemic, but more lengthy travel times could return once kids are back in school.
South Bay BART Extension Funding Dropped From $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief PackageFunding for a South Bay BART extension project has been dropped from the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package being debated in the U.S. Senate after it came under fire from Republican lawmakers.
Pelosi: BART South Bay Extension Project Funding To Be Pulled From COVID Relief BillFunding to extend BART in the South Bay originally slated to be part of the Covid-19 relief bill but criticized as being unrelated to coronavirus relief will be pulled from the package, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.
2 BART Platforms At Millbrae Station Out Of Service For Emergency RepairsTwo platforms at BART's Millbrae station were temporarily out of service Friday morning due to emergency repairs to equipment, according to transit officials.
COVID Vaccine: Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site Set To Open TuesdayDespite the vaccine shortage that has closed two of San Francisco's main COVID vaccination centers, in less than 24 hours one of the state's largest vaccination sites is set to open at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
Appointments Open Sunday for Oakland Coliseum Mass COVID-19 Vaccination SiteAppointments opened on Sunday for COVID-19 vaccinations at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum site for eligible Alameda County residents, officials announced.
Third Rail Power Loss Slows BART Trains In San Francisco A power loss to the third rail triggered major BART delays to trains in San Francisco Friday morning, officials said.
Update: BART Service Recovering After Equipment Problem At San Francisco's 16th Street Mission StationBART service in San Francisco is recovering from an equipment problem on a train at the 16th Street Mission station Wednesday afternoon that caused major delays, officials said.
Riders Give BART Thumbs-Up for Service During 2020 PandemicRoughly three-quarters of BART riders were satisfied with the transit agency's service in 2020, an increase of almost 30 percent over 2018, according to the results of a survey the agency released on Thursday.
BART, Capitol Corridor Unveil Plan For 2nd Transbay Tube By 2040BART and the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority unveiled a plan Wednesday to build a second transbay rail crossing and increase rail connection throughout the Bay Area and Northern California.
Injured Man Found On BART Tracks At Lake Merritt StationAn injured man was discovered lying on the tracks at BART's Lake Merritt station Saturday night, triggering delays in trains on the Fremont and Dublin/Pleasanton lines, officials said.
Police Activity At West Oakland BART StationBART is now reporting early Friday evening that there is a 10-minute delay at the West Oakland BART Station for trains on the Dublin-Pleasanton line.
Ever Dream Of Owning Your Own BART Car? Here's Your ChanceBART has begun accepting proposals to transfer ownership of some of its decommissioned legacy train cars.
Officials Condemn DA O'Malley For Not Pursuing New Charges In Oscar Grant's DeathTwo BART directors and an Oakland City Councilmember condemned Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley Tuesday for deciding not to pursue charges against former BART police officer Anthony Pirone in the Jan. 1, 2009 death of Oscar Grant.
COVID: Powerful Ultra Violet Lights Installed On SMART Trains To Kill CoronavirusOut of sight, in the overhead compartment, is what SMART transit system believes is the latest weapon against COVID, a battery of powerful ultra violet lights located next to the new filter system.