BART to Run Trains Until Midnight On Sundays Again Starting Next MonthAs BART makes strides in its power cable replacement project, trains will run until midnight on Sundays again starting Feb. 14.
Omicron Impacts Staffing, Service at Bay Area Transit AgenciesPublic transportation around the Bay Area continues to face shortages during the pandemic.
Civic Center BART Station Reopens After Police Investigation into Fight on TrainBART's Civic Center station in San Francisco has reopened Friday morning following a police investigation that prompted the closure of the station for several hours, an agency spokeswoman said.
UPDATE: Fatal BART Accident Shuts Down Richmond Station; Triggers East Bay DelaysA person was killed Thursday morning after jumping onto the tracks at BART's Richmond Station, forcing the closure of the station and triggering delays for East Bay commuters.
UPDATE: K Ingleside Muni Service Restored After Technical IssueTransit service for the K-Ingleside Muni line was temporarily rerouted following technical issues, according to an alert put out by SF Muni.
COVID Recovery: Task Force Unveils Plan to Get Bay Area Transit Agencies Back on TrackWith the pandemic dealing a devastating blow to the Bay Area's transit systems, transportation officials on Monday unveiled a plan to help get public transit off life support.
COVID Recovery: Sound Of Clanging Cable Car Bells Returns To San Francisco StreetsAfter spending more than a year parked in a Muni yard, the city's iconic cable cars returned to the streets of San Francisco Monday for test runs and free rides as the transit line prepared for a return to full service in September.
Mayor Breed: Free Rides As San Francisco Cable Cars Return In August For Test Runs The city's signature cable cars, shuttered by the COVID-19 pandemic, will return in August for testing and be giving free rides all month long as Muni shakes off the rust accumulated during more than a year of being shut down.
COVID Recovery: Bay Area Transit Agencies See Ridership Numbers On The RiseAs the COVID-19 restrictions have eased over the last month, San Francisco Bay Area residents have begun returning to their offices after more than a year of working remotely.
Critics Say Planned San Jose Underground BART Station Is Too DeepThe South Bay got its first glimpse of the planned underground BART station in San Jose this week, a tunnel with multiple levels and tracks located 86 feet beneath the surface. The verdict on social media: It's too deep!
COVID: Golden Gate Transit Relaxes Social Distancing Measures; Increases Capacity On Buses And FerriesWith COVID-19 cases and hospitalization plunging to new lows, Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District officials began relaxing social distancing requirements Wednesday on all commute rides in Marin County and into San Francisco.
COVID Road To Recovery: How To Get Wary Bay Area Commuters Back On Public TransitA lack of passengers during the pandemic decimated public transportation this past year with ridership plummeting to around 5 percent. Now, transit agencies are grappling with how to get commuters to come back.
Station Agents Working At Antioch BART Station For First Time Since OpeningBART is assigning station agents to the Antioch station Monday for the first time since the station opened in 2018 in addition to updating the transit system's schedule.
COVID: BART Officials Announce Plans For Schedule ChangesTransit officials with BART on Tuesday announced some minor schedule changes going into effect this weekend that will allow for increased ridership as COVID restrictions are reduced in the Bay Area.
COVID Vaccines: Transit Agencies Provide Info On Transit-Accessible COVID-19 Vaccination SitesA cadre of Bay Area transit agencies announced Thursday that they have launched a list of COVID-19 vaccination sites that are accessible by transit as well as the promotions offered to vaccine recipients.