Golden Gate Transit To Cut Bus Service, Cites Reduced Ridership Over PandemicThe changes taking effect on Sunday are temporary and could be reversed once shelter orders lift and riders return, Golden Gate Transit said.
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.
Reopening: BART, Caltrain Adding Service As Ridership Slowly Picks UpWith more people heading back to work, Bay Area Rapid Transit and Caltrain both announced service additions.
University Study Says SF Commute Traffic Could Be Nation's Hardest-Hit When Lockdown EasesA Vanderbilt University study is sounding an alarm on San Francisco Bay Area traffic once the shelter-in-place order is lifted. It shows the morning commute into the city could potentially increase by up to 42 minutes for drivers.
SamTrans Latest To Reduce Service During Coronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceSamTrans is reducing service on 31 routes starting this weekend and will also require all bus operators and riders to wear face coverings.
MTC Unveils Plan To Distribute $780M Coronavirus Relief To Transit AgenciesThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission on Thursday released a framework for allocating more than $780 million of federal relief funds to Bay Area transit agencies.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Rosa CityBus Service Reductions Take EffectCityBus service in Santa Rosa is being reduced to essential travel only with riders being required to call ahead during certain hours starting Monday in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Caltrain Temporarily Halts Weekend Service In San Francisco For Electrification ProjectCaltrain will temporarily suspend service into the heart of San Francisco on weekends through the end of March to accommodate construction work required to electrify the rail corridor by 2022.
Bay Area Lawmaker Introduces 'Seamless' Transit ProposalA Bay Area lawmaker has introduced a proposal to streamline transportation around the region, potentially impacting hundreds of thousands of commuters.
BART Board Approves $800 Million Train-Control SystemBART will spend almost $800 million for a modern train control system its leaders say will enable more trains to run on tighter schedules.
Muni, Caltrain, VTA, SamTrans Offer Free Rides New Year's Eve; Not BARTMuni service in San Francisco along with VTA, Caltrain and SamTrans will be free on New Year Eve until 5 a.m. Wednesday morning.