Bay Area Transit Agencies Struggle To Match Service To Ridership During PandemicWith ridership down by as much as 90 percent, Bay Area transit agencies are grappling with lowered revenues and uncertain estimates for when the shelter-in-place orders will be eased.
Caltrain Adopts 30 Percent Affordable Housing PolicyPeninsula residents can expect to see more affordable housing built along the Caltrain corridor in the near future, that's a promise from the board of directors. Caltrain recently committed that for all future construction, 30 percent of the units built will be allocated for affordable housing.
Brake-Slamming BART Turn In Oakland Is The Result Of An Old Political FavorThe tight, brake-slamming BART turn beneath the streets of downtown Oakland is the result of a 1960s political favor that changed BART's original design.
Phil Matier: BART Riders May Experience Sticker Shock SoonBART fares are set to go up more than five percent starting in January. The transit agency’s Board of Directors is also considering a plan to charge even more during peak hours or at its busiest stations.
Phil Matier: BART Considering $900M Renovation Of 2 SF StationsBART is considering rebuilding and expanding the Embarcadero and Montgomery St. stations in downtown San Francisco.
Three Bay Area Transit Agencies Add ServiceMore riders, more service. That's the equation Caltrain, Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority have all made, with commuters reaping the benefits beginning Monday.
BART Snags Extra $11 Million Due To Higher RidershipSan Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit officials say higher ridership and a tax boost have brought in an extra $11 million.
Crackdown On Fare Evaders Paying Off For SF MuniOfficials with San Francisco's Muni system have imposed a tougher stance on fare evaders, and the new enforcement strategy seems to be working well for the transit agency.
San Francisco Muni Officials Select New Acting ChiefSan Francisco Muni officials have named a temporary replacement for outgoing Executive Director Nathaniel Ford.
Caltrain Finds Funds Needed To Avoid Service CutsCaltrain officials have said without the additional funding they would have to cut 10 trains, slow down Baby Bullets and close three stations. Nine more stations would lose weekend service.
Clipper Card Mandatory For Some San Francisco Muni RidersCustomers who purchase select Fast Passes or receive disability discount passes will need to transition from traditional paper passes to a Clipper card when purchasing a November pass, the SFMTA said.
Caltrain Passengers Sound Off On Proposed Cuts