BART will expand weekday service on the Richmond-Millbrae Line (red line) effective Monday, September 10, 2012.
BART reported strong ridership growth and tremendous progress on escalator repair during its quarterly service performance update during today’s Board of Directors meeting.
From the beginning of August, BART and MyTransitPlus are teaming up with a pilot program to extend the operating hours of the MyTransitPlus kiosk at the Walnut Creek BART station on Tuesdays and Thursdays in August.
BART is expanding the number of locations throughout the Bay Area that can accept applications and issue discounted Clipper cards In an effort to make the all-in-one transit cards more accessible to senior citizens.
BART customers are likely to see law enforcement officers from other agencies patrolling BART parking lots and stations today as part of the nationwide transit safety preparedness training initiative, “Operation RAILSAFE.”
BART will launch a pilot program to allow bicycles on board trains all day long on Fridays in August.
BART’s Fiscal Year 2013 budget uses operating dollars to fund important capital projects for the future, including the next generation of rail cars.
Effective Sunday, July 1, 2012, BART will implement the last in a series of inflation-based fare increases when fares increase by 1.4%.
BART will be ramping up service in a number of ways to accommodate many events going on during the busy Memorial Day weekend, Friday, May 25 - Monday, May 28.
The United States Golf Association (USGA) will be hosting the 2012 U.S. Open Championship at The Olympic Club located in San Francisco.
New trains expected to begin arriving In 2017.
BART staff is recommending that the Fleet of the Future next generation of rail cars be built by North American-based Bombardier because the company’s bid represents the best combination of low price, high technology and proven reliability.