Posts Tagged ‘BART’
It’s not your imagination: More riders means Muni, BART and AC Transit are indeed more packed than last year.
BART has laid out some big hopeful plans for the future, including a possible line out Geary Blvd. to Ocean Beach.
Riders were promised Wi-Fi three years ago. As of now, in the few places you can actually find it, it doesn’t work so well.
Plans are in the works to run buses out of San Francisco until 2 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
If you work for BART, you’d better not to be too nice to anyone — it could get you fired.
What if BART never stopped running on Friday and Saturday nights? Oakland North was there and found out.
There’s nothing quite like 40 years worth of ass to scare you into standing up for your entire subway ride.
The Federal Transit Administration is pouring $900 million towards the BART extension into Silicon Valley.
A new website is coming to town and it wants to save you gas, time, and money while traveling the West Coast car-free.
After BART shut down cell service during a protest last year, the FCC is seeking comment to whether to develop a policy on such disruptions.
A man who blew jazz standards for years to commuters in the Financial District has been arrested in connection with his ex-wife’s murder in 1987.
The stripped-down bicycle carcass is popping up at suburban Bart stations more and more now.
BART has its checkbook out and is set to drop $1 billion for 260 new rail cars this May.
As usual, there is no reason to drive drunk on New Year’s Eve. As usual, people will die ignoring that fact.
George Lucas could go from Lucas Valley to 4th and King, then transfer and arrive at Facebook in Menlo Park for an early lunch.
It looks like you’ll be able to find your way down to San Jose on the new BART line sooner than expected.
In April, BART riders are less likely to be siting on seats harboring “fecal and skin-borne bacteria resistant to antibiotics.”