Posts Tagged ‘BART’
Relatives of a UC Berkeley student diagnosed with measles have also contracted the disease.
A bill that would have banned strikes at BART, Caltrain and SamTrans has died in committee.
BART fares are on the rise starting Jan. 1, 2014, set to climb by an average of 19 cents.
Starting Nov. 1, bikes will be allowed on nearly all BART trains at all times.
The NTSB is investigating why an out-of-service BART train struck and killed two transit workers on Saturday.
24-hour BART hopes to ease the pain of a scheduled six-day Bay Bridge closure over Labor Day weekend.
If a labor deal is not reached by 12:01 am. Wednesday, 1,800 workers AC Transit workers will walk off the job.
Governor Jerry Brown’s intervention will prevent another BART strike for one more week.
BART management and unions have fired up negotiations again as a Monday deadline lurks just days away.
Union reps and BART resumed contract talks Thursday, but it doesn’t appear things are off to a friendly start.
BART trains are rolling again, but managers and union officials acknowledge they’re still far apart in reaching a labor deal
Legions of harried commuters will get a Fourth of July break, but revelers seeking fireworks may be stymied by traffic.
BART managers and labor leaders are back to the bargaining table but with little hope of an imminent deal.
AC Transit and ferries eased some of the pain, but Bay Area roadways bore the brunt on Day 1 of the BART strike.
Striking Oakland city employees and BART workers took to the streets Monday in a show of solidarity and support.
A feared BART strike has hit the Bay Area, leaving thousands of commuters with few options.
People who use BART to get to work should enjoy their weekend, because Monday morning may be a horrible commute.
With Monday’s morning commute hanging in the balance, BART workers could decide today to authorize a strike.
Commuters who want to take their bikes on BART trains will soon have fewer pesky restrictions to worry about.
Unruly BART passengers might want to shape up or face a ban of up to a year on the transit system.
BART’s new crowd meter lets you see how likely it is you’ll be packed in like sardines during your next morning commute.
After years of expensive commutes, SFO employees may finally be left with a little extra change in their pockets.
BART’s busting open its doors all week to allow bikes on board as part of their second pilot program.
BART is launching another test run to determine if it will allow bikes on trains during rush hours. Bikers rejoice.
As if San Francisco housing and gas prices weren’t enough, BART officials proposed fare and parking increases this week.
Pictures of bicycles recovered from a prolific accused bike thief have been posted online to help their owners find them.
Sunday morning’s storm caused mass power outages, traffic accidents and at least one fatality.
It’s out with the old and in with the new at BART, as voters replaced a veteran board member with a 25-year-old Cal grad.
Three words for the thousands of Bay Area residents planning to attend the Giants’ World Series parade on Wednesday: Take public transit.
Playwright and incendiary Burning Man figure Paul Addis took his life by jumping in front of a Daly City-bound train.
A nice chunk of BART’s surplus is being hurled toward their ongoing battle with pigeons and pigeon poop.
BART’s squeaky-clean, brushed stainless-steel image from years gone by has picked up quite a stench recently.
Fremont artist Owen Smith and BART have partnered to take ridership right into the local literary experience.
People crapping inside downtown BART elevators give “Door No. 2″ an entirely new meaning.
BART has lined up some of the bucks for its new East Contra Costa extension, but more cash is needed to complete the line and build all the stations.