Bay Area traffic might suck, but Bay Area traffic without BART sucks a whole lot more.
It’s a fact that was made painfully clear in early July to the hundreds of thousands of Bay Area workers who were subjected to cruel and unusual commute conditions created by a strike and system-wide shutdown of the 104-mile regional transit system.
And now, as another BART strike looms, Bay Area commuters are again faced with the prospect of horrendous traffic conditions on the horizon.
Love it or hate it, it’s hard to deny the essential role BART plays in moving the Bay Area. Continue reading