BART System Renewal Program Plan 2016
This document is BART's plan to repair and replace the agency's 90 miles of deteriorating rail, corroding tunnel walls and aging speed control equipment. The goal is rebuilding the 43-year old infrastructure in order to maintain BART’s excellent safety record, increase train reliability, reduce traffic and protect the environment in the years to come. Download the plan here.
To help better understand the structure of BART's bond measure, we have provided an overview which includes a visualization of the bond's issuance as well as projected costs. Click here to see the document.
Short Range Transit Plan/Capital Improvement Program (SRTP/CIP)
The Short Range Transit Plan/Capital Improvement Program (SRTP/CIP) provides an overview of BART’s long-term operating and capital financial outlook, as required by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). It covers 10 years, from Fiscal Year 2015 through Fiscal Year 2024. The FY15 SRTP/CIP has a new format with two component documents:
- An executive summary providing information to help riders and the public better understand the BART system, its history, its current challenges, and what the future holds, along with a handout, and;
- A traditional SRTP/CIP that is more detailed and meets MTC’s technical requirements, which is the document the Board approves.
Here are key findings from the final FY15 SRTP/CIP:
BART’s operating financial forecast identifies revenues and expenses associated with operating and maintaining BART. Projected operating needs over the 10-year timeframe total $9.8 billion, with a projected $500 million shortfall. BART has identified potential solutions to the projected deficit and has committed to balance each future year budget.
BART’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a projection of all BART’s capital needs, regardless of funding availability. For the 10-year timeframe, $9.6 billion is needed to fully fund the CIP. BART has already identified $320 million in capital funding and projects another $4.5 billion of capital funding over the next 10 years. Approximately $4.8 billion remains unfunded, 50% of the total capital need.
The final FY15 SRTP/CIP was approved by the BART Board of Directors at the Board’s October 9, 2014 meeting. If you have questions or comments about the FY15 SRTP/CIP or would like a hard copy mailed to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FY17 Preliminary Budget Memo
BART's Fiscal Year 2017 (FY17) Preliminary Budget Memo summarizes the District's efforts in FY17 to focus on continued reinvestment in the District's aging system and infrastructure, while incorporating the constraints of a projected slowdown in revenue growth related to ridership and sales tax income. Additionally, FY17 will bring the first of at least 775 new rail cars on line, and the District will open the Warm Springs/South Fremont Station.
The documents below describe Operating Budgets adopted by the BART Board of Directors, including the data and assumptions used to develop the budget. The Resource Manual reflects the budget prior to adoption.
Financial and Operating Information
Quarterly Report of the Controller Treasurer
Audited Financial Reports
The District's Audited Financial Reports were prepared in compliance with the requirements of GASB Statement No. 34. They includes the Management's Discussion and Analysis, the Statement of Net Assets, the Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Fund Net Assets, the Statement of Cash Flows and the Notes to Financial Statements.
FY2015 Audited Financial Report
FY 2013 Audited Financial Report
FY 2012 Audited Financial Report
FY 2011 Audited Financial Report
FY 2010 Audited Financial Report
FY 2009 Audited Financial Report
FY 2008 Audited Financial Report
FY 2007 Audited Financial Report
FY 2006 Audited Financial Report
FY 2005 Audited Financial Report
FY 2004 Audited Financial Report
FY 2003 Audited Financial Report
FY 2002 Audited Financial Report
FY 2001 Audited Financial Report
FY 2000 Audited Financial Report
Sales Tax Revenue
Projects Funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) program, BART is investing more than $82 million in stimulus funding to complete 12 projects to improve service safety, reliability and comfort.
Reports of employee reimbursements in compliance with California Government Code 53065.5:
2015 Employee Reimbursements (256k .xls)
2014 Employee Reimbursements (300k .xls)
2013 Employee Reimbursements (210k .xls)
2012 Employee Reimbursements (254k .xls)
2011 Employee Reimbursements (174k .xls)
2010 Employee Reimbursements (215k .xls)
2009 Employee Reimbursements (396k .xls)
Gift to Agency Report
This form is for use by all state and local government agencies to disclose payments made to the agency when the payments provide a personal benefit to an official of the agency.