Tomorrow the BART board of directors will officially begin the process of searching for
a new general manager, following the resignation of BART General Manager Dorothy Dugger.
Dugger turned in her resignation letter to the BART board of directors...
BART’s first-ever Independent Police Auditor is assuring the public that his oversight of the BART Police Department investigation into the July 3 officer involved shooting will be thorough and independent.
BART Police Chief Kenton Rainey has just ordered the releaseof the video from the only other camera on the platform recording at thetime of the July 3, 2011 officer-involved shooting at the Civic Center/UNPlaza Station.
BART and Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) are urging riders to seek medical attention if they exhibit any symptoms of measles after CCHS learned that a person infected with the contagious disease traveled on BART in the East Bay last week.
On Jan. 2 at a special meeting of the BART Board of Directors, the Board voted 8-1 to approve the 2013-2017 Collective Bargaining Agreements reached with BART’s two largest unions: ATU, Local 1555 and SEIU, Local 1021.
Starting Jan. 1, BART riders will pay on average an extra 19 cents in fares to help pay for new train cars and other top priority projects that will ensure reliable, safe and clean train service for the Bay Area for years to come.
Two bills sponsored by the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) which would allow BART and other transit agencies in the state to raise much needed local revenue in new ways for critically needed transit infrastructure have been passed...