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 officials announced that the Federal Transit Administration has allocated $300 million to increase capacity on BART.
Efforts are underway to keep escalators from breaking down at BART and Muni entrances along Market Street.
Rider safety will be the focus of a special BART Board of Directors meeting in Pittsburg on Thursday evening.
BART officials on Thursday will decide on a $28 milion package of safety measures to keep riders safe.
The wait is over for BART passengers as the first “Fleet of The Future” 10-car train went into service Friday.
BART’s late-night bus service pilot program on Fridays and Saturdays could soon be in limbo.