Computer-operated system fails, leading to major delays through the system. Caltrain bogs down, too.
Speak now or forever hold your peace: Deadline for comment on toll hike is tonight.
Trains stopped for 20 minutes after ship dropped anchor near tube between San Francisco and East Bay.
Muni launches ‘Eyes Up, Phones Down,’ a campaign to make riders safer from crime on buses and trains.
City’s transit agency takes a step to help riders know when their bus or train is actually coming.
Update: California Secretary of Labor Marty Morgenstern announced at about 10:50 p.m. in Oakland that BART’s two striking unions have agreed to return to work as negotiations with management continue. Train service is to resume at 3 p.m. Friday. More details: Strike is over, for now: Unions agree to return to work while talks continue […]
The BART strike is just one of many recent walkouts in the Bay Area: Nurses across the region have struck against the major hospital chains; unions at the Port of Oakland walked out last year; and hospital workers across the University of California system went on strike in May. Walkouts are increasingly common, but are […]