Hundreds of BART riders put a test model of the Bay Area transportation agency's "fleet of the future" through its paces at the Pleasant Hill Station Saturday.
April 12--With a familiar beep-beep, a Fremont-bound BART train rumbles into MacArthur Station in Oakland and an equally familiar routine begins. Hundreds of passengers exit. Most walk, some jog, across the platform and form neat li...
In 1965, when Bay Area Rapid Transit was still more than seven years away from transporting passengers, the agency gave customers the most detailed yet look at their transit future. It was, to say the least, optimistic.
A San Francisco-bound BART train fatally struck a man Thursday morning at the Pleasant Hill station, officials said.
A life-size model of BART's train car of the future will tour the Bay Area, making 10 stops over four weeks so the public can have a last say on design before car manufacturing begins.