BART to Replace Market Street Station Escalators Over 7-Year Period
BART is rolling out an ambitious plan to overhaul one of its biggest problem areas -- the notoriously unreliable escalators at San Francisco's Market Street stations. Wilson Walker reports. (3-14-19)

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