BART begins replacing 50-year-old track at Richmond Station

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) has begun a project to replace track components at the agency’s Richmond Station. Replacement of an interlocking is the focus of the project. As most readers know,

VTA hoards tax revenue money for BART extension, but has a plan for other transportation projects

Officials in California want more money to go to potholes, not towards filling a hole in the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) line. The Valley Transportation Authority, however, has a different take,

Midway through pilot, tests of new filters and UV light on BART show promise

By MELISSA JORDANBART Senior Web Producer BART is about midway through a pilot that is testing new, denser air filters and UV light to create even safer ventilation on trains, as the

Parsons awarded $45 million contract to support new BART train control

Parsons Corporation announced today that the company has been selected by the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) to support implementation of a Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) system. The CBTC System, which

BART’s Transbay Corridor program earns billion dollar federal grant

BART’s long-term effort to reduce crowding and increase service across the Bay is getting a critical funding boost. The Federal Transit Administration has issued a $1.2 billion Full Funding Grant Agreement for

Pedestrian solution will be funded separately so VTA subway schedule is not impacted

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will hear options for providing better pedestrian access to San Jose’s downtown BART station. The solution will be separate from the subway project, which is

BART construction activity reaches historic high

There are now more rebuilding projects happening across BART than at any point in the system’s history. There are currently 135 projects underway and some that deal with core infrastructure needs are

Critical rail replacement goal achieved at BART Orinda Station; July 4th weekend track closure cancelled

Anyone who has ever worked on a complex project plan, whether for an IT implementation, a building construction project, or a rail/rail transit effort knows that completing the project well ahead of

BART chooses early warning alarm technology to protect workers

Miller Ingenuity was selected to supply ZoneGuard, their electronic roadway worker protection system, for the Bay Area Rapid Transit’s (BART) mainline track in compliance with CPUC GO 175-A to warn track workers

BART Silicon Valley Berryessa extension began revenue service on June 13

On June 13th, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) will open the Berryessa Extension for revenue service. The milestone marks the culmination of the

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