BART continues expanded service following Bay Bridge opening


BART continues expanded service following Bay Bridge opening

The Bay Bridge reopened this morning but BART is continuing to run expanded service all day with longer trains, when available, to accommodate customers who already planned to ride. Because there may be a more riders than usual today, you may want to plan ahead:

  • New to BART? Haven't been in a while?
    Check out the BART rider guide to familiarize yourself with the service, and use the BART QuickPlanner to plan your trip.
  • Get a ride to the station
    Parking will be extremely tight at all BART stations with parking. Consider carpooling or getting dropped off at the station. Consider using Park and Ride lots on your commute route.
  • Bicycle
    Ride your bike to BART, but be sure you understand BART's Bike Rules beforehand. You will not be able to bring a bicycle on commute trains. The East Bay Bicycle Coalition and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition have helpful information available on biking to work, maps of bike routes and safety tips.

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