BART and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) encourage travelers to put a Clipper card on their mobile phones instead of obtaining plastic Clipper cards because global supply chain issues have depleted the inventory of plastic cards. Clipper is available for mobile phones through either Apple Pay or Google Pay. Read More
Fifty transit agencies across 24 states will share $25 million to help restore and improve service that has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration announced. Read More
Taking BART to the same place every day for one month emits less CO2 than driving the same route just once, which translates into a car's carbon footprint being about 30 times larger compared to riding the rails, according to the agency. Read More
Two tiny model homes have landed at the Castro Valley Station parking lot, which is currently underutilized by passengers as BART continues to bring riders back to the system, the agency said.
BART is once again accepting deliveries of new Fleet of the Future rail cars, the agency announced Wednesday. Read More
Money from MTC has helped fund the opening of 850 additional parking spaces at BART’s Antioch Station. Read More
Joshua Miele has been given the MacArthur Foundation Fellowship award for creating effective and affordable solutions to everyday problems visually impaired people encounter, including using public transit. Read More
BART’s ridership skyrocketed this past weekend with a series of record-breaking days, resulting in the system hitting 50% of pre-pandemic weekend ridership for the first time since March 2020. Read More
BART will offer a special promotion of 50% off all fares on Clipper for the entire month of September. Read More
BART General Manager Bob Powers is relaunching his listening tour with a focus on visiting the top 10 ridership stations to hear from riders.