BART Eyes $16M Parking Lot At New Antioch Station To Meet High DemandSo many riders are driving to Antioch’s new BART station that the station’s parking lots cannot meet the demand.
Used Parts Delay South Bay BART Project For MonthsKPIX 5 first reported that used parts were installed in crucial sections of the BART line to San Jose. Now we’re learning used parts were used on another high-profile BART project in the South Bay and could delay its opening for months.
New Antioch eBART Extension Station Set To OpenCommuters in Antioch have a reason to celebrate this weekend as the Antioch eBART extension opens to the public Saturday.
BART Extension To Antioch Opening In Late MayA BART extension to two new stations in Pittsburg and Antioch will debut with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and free preview rides on May 25, transit agency officials said Wednesday.
BART Board Endorses Proposed Brentwood Transit HubThe potential home of a future eBART station in Brentwood won the unanimous endorsement of the BART Board of Directors Thursday.
BART Official Says eBART Rail Project Set To Open In 2016A Bay Area Rapid Transit official said the eBART project linking Eastern Contra Costa County with BART is on time and on budget.
Growing Population Brings Traffic Issues To East Contra CostaOver the last decade, the population in Contra Costa has grown by more than 100,000 people, with most of the growth occurring in east county, bringing with it increased traffic congestion, especially along Highway 4.
$19 Million Approved For BART Extension To AntiochThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission approved the allocation of $19 million in bridge toll funds Wednesday for the BART extension project in east Contra Costa County, MTC spokesman John Goodwin said.
Ground Broken On eBART Extension To AntiochGround has been broken on a project that will expand Bay Area Rapid Transit District train service another 10 miles into eastern Contra Costa County.
Antioch eBART Extension Contract Awarded To Marin FirmIt's full steam ahead for BART's extension to Antioch, after the transit agency awarded the first construction contract for the project.