The transit system will run on a new schedule starting Sept. 11 with the goal of decreasing wait times for riders but fares will soon increase.
East Bay transit advocates warned of a “death spiral” for bus and train operators if Gov. Newsom didn’t adjust funds in the state budget.
The governor’s draft budget would have contributed to the “death” of Bay Area transit. A vote today offers new hope—but it’s not a slam dunk.
Advocates are pleading with Gov. Gavin Newsom to find a few extra billion in the state budget for buses and trains.
The transit agency held an open house this week to gather input on development at Oakland’s northernmost BART station.
The latest in bike and pedestrian safety improvements will connect communities in East Oakland.
The transit system will also be hosting family events throughout the Bay Area.
BART tore down houses to build the Oakland Chinatown station in the 1960s. Some say it has a chance to help heal old wounds.
The board’s only Black director, who represents parts of Berkeley and Oakland, was improperly removed from her seat, BART says.