SAN FRANCISCO – The Bond Oversight Committee held a meeting assessing Bay Area Rapid Transit’s annual report and how it shows its commitment to rebuilding infrastructure.
SAN FRANCISCO – Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) has announced a safety initiative in which it would remove fallen trees from trackway during severe weather.
SAN FRANCISCO – The Bay Area Rapid Transit District, or BART, will receive funds from FEMA via the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for slope stabilization and erosion control.
VTA’s BART Silicon Valley Phase ii Extension Project has its’ first CTMP from Tunnel and Trackwork Coordinator Kiewit, Shea, and Traylor and the BSVII Project Team.
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District on May 3 unveiled its newly acquired rail inspection vehicle from MERMEC that will measure track position, curvature, smoothness, and alignment, as well as wear and corrugation, which contribute to train noise.
Bay Area Rapid Transit commemorated the completion of a multi-year upgrade project at Oakland’s 19th Street Station with a ribbon cutting on Jan. 21.
The Warm Springs/South Fremont Station West Access Bridge and Plaza Project has been selected to receive the 2022 Outstanding Transportation Project award from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) – San Francisco Section.
Heat continues to get in the way for BART.
The prime contractor for a BART light rail extension project wants to do some unstacking.
There are now more rebuilding projects happening across the BART system than at any point in the District’s 50-year-history despite the continuing impacts of the global pandemic.
Free buses will support BART track shutdowns in Union City on 10 weekends in 2022, with the next shutdown scheduled for Aug. 13–14.
The top news stories of the week ending July 29.
Was BART having a brain cramp? Did it just zone out?
If you’re a goat, there’s one thing you really like to do: eat. And for the past few years, BART has put goats’ proclivity for munching to work to reduce fire danger on its grassy properties.
As work to bring BART service and four new stations to Silicon Valley moves forward, VTA is entering a more robust collaborative phase on the biggest transportation infrastructure project in County history.
A BART train derailed Tuesday afternoon, June 21 at about 5:30 p.m.
The Valley Transportation Authority is moving forward on the BART Phase II extension.
At the VTA Board of Directors meeting on May 5 the VTA Board will vote on a contract for the initial stage of the tunnel and trackwork, known as Contract Package 2 (CP2) for VTA’s BART Silicon Valley Phase II Extension (BSVII) Project.
The top news stories RT&S was following the week ending April 29.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority wants the one thing that has never been done before in the U.S. to be, well, done. However, it is not a done deal.