San Francisco Supervisors Approve Free Muni Pilot Program Starting July 1Supervisors in San Francisco voted 7-4 to make the San Francisco Municipal Railway free from July 1 to September 1.
COVID: BART Hopes To Bring Public Transportation Hesitant Riders Back With Half-Price FaresWith more and more people returning to work, BART has come up with a half-price plan to lure riders back on its trains.
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.
San Francisco Muni K Ingleside Train Service To Resume May 15City officials in San Francisco announced Friday that the train service on Muni's K Ingleside line would resume next month on May 15.
SF Supes Propose Free Muni Pilot Program To Encourage Ridership During PandemicTwo San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday proposed legislation to fund a three-month pilot program providing free public transit to boost Muni ridership, which plummeted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID: Longer Commute Times Could Be On The Horizon With Schools ReopeningBay Area commutes are still a lot quicker now then they were before the pandemic, but more lengthy travel times could return once kids are back in school.
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 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 Sees Dip In Ridership Amid Coronavirus ConcernsFear of spreading the novel coronavirus are suspected of causing a dip in ridership for at least one Bay Area transit agency, according to data released Tuesday by BART.
Caltrain $25 Billion Plan Will Make Commuter Rail System More Like BARTCaltrain's $25 billion proposed plan would make the commuter rail service more like BART. It would add more trains, a bullet train every 15 minutes, and almost triple ridership by 2040.
BART Handing Out Free Tickets Amid Lower Weekend RidershipBay Area Rapid Transit officials are handing out free tickets good for weekend rides across the system.
Caltrain Fares Expected To Rise Despite Increased RidershipCaltrain may soon raise fares substantially even though ridership keeps growing.
BART Wrestles With Ridership Slump, Considers Rolling Back ServicesDespite packed trains, BART ridership is down. And commuters could end up paying the price.
BART Reports Slight Dip In Ridership BART is reporting a slight dip in ridership. Over the summer, ridership was down half a percent, or about 2,100 riders a day.
Tech Bus Ridership Spikes Big Time In Bay AreaA one-year-long study found ridership booming between 2012 and 2014.