Former Alameda-Contra Costa Transit chief financial officer Lewis Clinton was convicted Monday of four counts of grand theft.
BART riders who buy magnetic paper tickets from station vending machines may want to start using a Clipper card.
The six winners in the Oakland Public Library's contest to design a new library card were announced at a ceremony at the main library on Wednesday night.
The Alameda-Contra Costa transit District is considering the elimination of supplementary bus service for students at three schools.
BART’s late-night bus service pilot program on Fridays and Saturdays could soon be in limbo.
One option off the table for the BART budget staff to study is to raise the minimum fare.
The Alameda-Contra Costa County Transit District on Friday reopened its Division 3 bus facility in Richmond on MacDonald Avenue.
For the 17th consecutive year, Muni passengers can ride free New Year's Eve into New Year's Day.
An AC Transit bus driver was seriously injured when his bus slammed into another vehicle and then a tree after in downtown Oakland Monday night.
A 2-year-old boy was struck and killed by a bus in Oakland Tuesday afternoon.
At least one person has died after a small plane went down and landed on BART tracks in Hayward Sunday.
AC Transit has awarded a $108 million contract to O.C. Jones & Sons for the construction of the East Bay's first Bus Rapid Transit line.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is $2.5 million each year for a new training facility in South San Francisco for its Muni operators.
Police today confirmed that a suspect in a Twin Peaks shooting that left two people dead was allegedly previously involved in a Richmond crash with an AC Transit bus.
Bay Area transit agencies including the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will be getting a huge funding boost.
AC Transit announced Thursday that bus service will increase by up to 14 percent in June.
Muni Metro will run free until 4 a.m., and BART until 3, though BART trains will skip stations in downtown San Francisco.
BART's board of directors voted to keep late-night buses going across the Bay Bridge, but one of the routes will likely be nixed next month.
AC Transit has agreed to pay $2.5 million to an Oakland woman who suffered a brain injury and had her face shattered when an AC Transit bus driver slammed into her.
Michael Hursh, currently the chief operating officer for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, has been appointed as the next AC Transit general manager.
Anyone with plans to head across the Bay this weekend will have to count BART out as a transit option.
AC Transit General Manager David Armijo resigned Thursday, effective immediately.
AC Transit on Monday will begin a three-week pilot program of a 42-foot-long, double-decker bus.
A stronger economy means AC Transit can add $2 million worth of weekend and weekday bus service.
An AC Transit bus struck and killed a pedestrian in Alameda Thursday evening.
East Bay residents can now spend a little more time in San Francisco without having to worry.
BART riders who work late will soon be able to catch new bus service back to the East Bay.
Expanded late night transbay bus service could be running in December if approved by two area transportation boards.
Police are seeking the whereabouts of 24-year-old Richmond resident Richard Contreras who is suspected of driving a stolen vehicle that collided with an AC Transit bus and caused the bus to slam into a house, damage a gas line and injure at least 11 people in Richmond Friday evening, a police lieutenant said.
BART has resumed service tonight after the West Oakland BART station was closed for about two hours due to a bomb threat on an Alameda-Contra Costa Transit bus.
A bomb threat has closed the West Oakland BART station and caused major delays between San Francisco and Oakland.
It's 3 a.m. You just got off work, and you'll be stuck for an hour on public transit.
Not long before a midnight deadline, a tentative deal was reached to keep workers on the job.
If a labor deal is not reached by 12:01 am. Wednesday, 1,800 workers AC Transit workers will walk off the job.
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.