The BART Board of Directors on Thursday unanimously voted to hire a current agency employee to replace its recently retired general manager. Robert “Bob” Powers …
BART passengers who bring their bicycles along for the ride will be getting some help to secure their bikes from new straps installed on train …
The company that manufactures BART’s Fleet of the Future cars is opening an assembly site in Pittsburg.
A BART extension to two new stations in Pittsburg and Antioch will debut with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and free preview rides.
The wait is over for BART passengers as the first “Fleet of The Future” 10-car train went into service Friday.
Passengers may be able to ride BART’s newly-certified train cars as soon as Friday afternoon.
BART invited the public to see, touch, and sit in three of their new “Fleet of the Future” cars Saturday.
Newly-designed BART train wheels are expected to cut noise heard by riders by as much as 50 percent.
A wire jammed into a cabinet door was to blame for a brand-new BART train car slowly crashing into a sand berm.
BART’s hopes to get the first of their “fleet of the future” on tracks by the end of this year.
The first newly completed BART train is now on a flatbed truck heading from Plattsburgh, N.Y. to a BART testing facility.
BART riders got a first look this week of one of the transit agency’s new trains.
BART fares are on the rise starting Jan. 1, 2014, set to climb by an average of 19 cents.