Coronavirus Update: VTA Not Collecting Fares On Buses, Light Rail; Rear Door Entrance OnlyThe Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) is implementing changes on buses, including not collecting fares, in order to slow the spread of coronavirus, the transit agency announced Thursday.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Caltrain, Samtrans Reduce Service As Ridership DropsPublic transit agencies on the Peninsula on Friday announced service adjustments for the coming week in response to decreased ridership due to efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus.
BART To Install Hand Sanitizer Dispensers At Each Station Amid Coronavirus OutbreakIn order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus throughout the Bay Area, BART said starting Wednesday night, each station will be equipped with at least one dispenser of hand sanitizer.
Transit Agencies, CHP Urge New Years Eve Partygoers To Leave Cars At HomeIf you're heading into San Francisco for New Years Eve, transit agencies and law enforcement are urging you to leave your cars at home, and rideshare customers can expect long waits.
BART Reporting Major Delays For Second Day In A RowA major delay exists on BART Thursday afternoon between the Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek stations due to an equipment problem on the track and the wet weather, BART officials said.
BART Recovering From Delay After Obstruction On Transbay Tube Track ClearedBART is recovering from a major delay in all directions after an obstruction on the track in the Tranbay Tube had to be cleared Thursday afternoon, according to the transit agency.
Boy Who Had BART-Themed Party Invited On Exclusive Tour By Transit AgencyA train-loving four-year-old boy who recently had a BART-themed birthday party was invited by the transit agency to spend Wednesday on an exclusive tour of operations.
Golden Gate Bridge District Gets $5.9M Grant For New High-Speed FerryThe Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District has received a $5.9-million grant from the Federal Transit Administration for a new high-speed ferry.
Track Issues Near Bay Fair Station Resolved After Day Of BART DelaysTrack problems near BART's Bay Fair station that started Friday morning were finally resolved in the late afternoon following major delays across the entire transit system, officials said.
Early Morning Crashes Trigger Massive Backups On Westbound 80, Westbound 24Two major crashes on two separate major East Bay highways created a traffic nightmare for commuters heading to San Francisco early Tuesday morning.
Bay Area Lawmaker Revives Proposal For More Housing Near TransitSen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, announced Tuesday he has introduced a bill that would allow for the construction of more homes near city hubs throughout the state.
New SMART Train Cars Arrive Heavily Damaged; Service Expansion DelayedFour new diesel Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit train cars were damaged in transit from an assembly plant, delaying for months a planned expansion of the rail service
BART Fined Record $1.3 Million In 2013 Worker DeathsThe California Public Utilities Commission has fined BART a record $1.348 million for an accident that killed two transit agency workers as they were inspecting a track during the 2013 strike.
BART Station Agent Assaulted At MacArthur StationA station agent was sucker punched by a man who was allegedly harassing female passengers outside of BART's MacArthur station, requiring hospital treatment for a cheek laceration.
Cupertino City Council To Consider Business Tax Increase For November BallotThe Cupertino City Council on Tuesday evening will consider placing an increased business tax on the November ballot to fund city projects, including a new City Hall, library renovations and transit studies.