Man In 'Scream' Mask Arrested On BART Train After Brutal Baseball Bat Attack On PassengerA 22-year-old man wearing a mask made popular by the horror movie "Scream" was arrested following a brutal attack that seriously injured a 19-year-old man on a BART train, authorities said.
BART Raising Oakland Station Parking Fees Due To City's New TaxBART will raise parking fees at its Coliseum, Fruitvale, Lake Merritt, Macarthur, Rockridge and West Oakland stations due to a new parking fee tax in the city of Oakland.
BART Launches Online Ridership Charts To Help Commuters Plan During PandemicBART is posting weekly online charts showing the typical number of people riding trains on its lines at various times so that riders can make safe choices about when to commute during the novel coronavirus emergency.
BART To Offer Contactless Parking Payments Through Smartphone App Across SystemBART announced Monday that the option to pay for parking at its stations through the agency's official smartphone app will now be available at all stations throughout the system.
BART Board Approves $2.4B Budget For Next Fiscal YearThe BART Board of Directors voted 7-2 Thursday to approve the transit agency's $2.42 billion budget for fiscal year 2021, which goes into effect next Wednesday.
Reopening: BART Sending Extra Commute Trains To Pittsburg/Bay PointIn response to recent rising ridership numbers as COVID-19 restrictions ease, BART on Monday began sending three extra commute trains to Pittsburg/Bay Point.
BART Officials Weigh How To Boost Ridership As COVID-19 Restrictions LoosenThe coronavirus pandemic has hit transit agencies across the Bay Area hard, with BART still operating at slightly more than 10 percent of normal ridership.
BART Provides Free Bus Service Between Lafayette And Rockridge Stations During Tracks ProjectBART passengers traveling between Lafayette and Rockridge stations in the East Bay this weekend will need to transfer to a free bus due to an ongoing track upgrade project.
BART Director Who Defended Police At Board Meeting Under FireThe family of Oscar Grant III, who was killed by a BART police officer on New Year's Day in 2009, is demanding BART Director Debora Allen step down.
BART Approves Mixed Use Development At West Oakland StationThe BART Board of Directors this week approved a mixed-use housing development at the West Oakland station that will include some 350,000 square feet of retail and office space.
1st Train Rolls Through BART's New Berryessa Station; Regular Service Begins SaturdayThe final countdown has begun. The nearly 20-year wait by San Jose area residents for BART service is less than 24 hours away from coming to an end after a ceremonial first trip to mark the opening of the new Berryessa Station Friday.
Feds Award Millions To BART And VTA For Mixed-Use Planning Near Transit StationsFederal transportation officials have given the Bay Area Rapid Transit agency $2 million and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority more than $1.5 million Thursday for development projects aimed at improving access to public transportation.
BART Unveils Prototype Of New Jumper-Proof Fare Gate At Richmond StationA prototype of a newly designed fare gate that deters gate jumpers was unveiled at the Richmond BART Station on Wednesday.
BART Employee With Public Contact Tests Positive For CoronavirusA BART employee who interacts with the public tested positive for the coronavirus, BART officials said they learned Tuesday afternoon.
Pleasant Hill BART Station Reopens, Service Restored After Fatal IncidentThe Pleasant Hill BART station has reopened and service between Walnut Creek and Concord restored after the county coroner removed a person from the tracks near the station, according to transit officials.