BART Trains To Run Until Midnight On Sundays Starting In FebruaryAs BART makes strides in its power cable replacement project, trains will run until midnight on Sundays again starting Feb. 14.
COVID: BART Reports Over 90% Of Workers Fully Vaccinated Ahead Of DeadlineMore than 90 percent of BART workers have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 ahead of Monday's deadline, with some 300 employees remaining unvaccinated, according to data provided by the transit agency.
COVID: BART Upgrades Air Filters Amid Potential Winter Surge, Workers Eventually ReturningAmid talk of a possible holiday surge in COVID-19 cases, BART is taking steps to make passengers feel safe.
BART Runs Special Halloween Late ServiceBART is running special late service past 9 p.m. on Sunday due to high ridership expected for Halloween.
Man Found Dead On BART Train; Drug Overdose SuspectedA man was found dead aboard a BART train Tuesday and police believe the death was due to a drug overdose.
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.
COVID Impact: BART Seeing Rise In Ridership, Planning to Expand ServicesSAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) -- After a year of low ridership due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is seeing its ridership increase, leading the agency to expand service next month.
Early Draft Of BART Budget Forecasts Ridership Increase, Federal Funding NeedsIn a preliminary budget for the 2021 fiscal year, BART notes it requires heavy federal relief funding, but also projects a 7% increase in ridership, the transit agency's budget officials said Thursday.
BART Upgrading Fruitvale Station Parking Garage LightingBART will partially close the parking garage at Fruitvale train station Tuesday as part of a systemwide project to upgrade the lighting in station parking garages.
BART To Suspend Deliveries Of Additional 'Fleet Of The Future' Cars As Manufacturer Works On ReliabilityBay Area Rapid Transit announced that it is halting deliveries of its "Fleet of the Future" cars starting in early January, as the manufacturer seeks to improve the train's reliability.
BART Finishes Clipper Card Conversion, No More Paper Ticket SalesBART has eliminated paper ticket sales at all of its stations and will sell fares exclusively through Clipper going forward, the transit agency said Monday.
COVID: BART Joins U.S. Transit Agencies In Demand For Federal FundingBay Area Rapid Transit (BART) officials joined other U.S. transit agencies Wednesday in calling for more federal funding to decrease the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their budgets.
Voters Keep 4 Incumbents on BART Board of DirectorsBay Area voters voted to re-elect all four incumbents on the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) board of directors, with director Debora Allen winning by a wide margin despite facing multiple opponents.
BART Cancels October Shutdown of Service Between Bay Fair, South HaywardBART on Thursday canceled the final planned weekend shutdown of service between the Bay Fair and South Hayward stations in early October.
BART Accepting Proposals From Public for Reusing Old Train CarsBART plans to allow members of the public to submit proposals for how to use some train cars after they've been decommissioned.