How to receive timely information about BART service as Mehserle is released from jail
We know many of our customers are concerned about BART's service plan should there be any public reaction to the release of Johannes Mehserle. BART will use its website, mobile website, text alerts, email alerts and phone system to update you on any changes we may make to BART service.
Our goal is to ensure your safety and to keep trains moving. BART Police and Operations staff are working closely with local law enforcement agencies to coordinate plans. As circumstances warrant, we may need to close some stations temporarily or make other service adjustment on short notice. We will publish timely service advisories as often as necessary and expeditiously as possible.
SIGN UP FOR TEXT MESSAGING, EMAIL ALERTS OR CALL
Take advantage of BART's email and text messaging service by signing up for service advisories at http://bart.gov/alerts.
Get real-time BART service advisories on our main website (http://bart.gov/advisories) or our mobile website (http://m.bart.gov). We have a number of other digital tools to receive this information, as well (see list below). Finally, you can call our customer services line at 510-465-BART (2278).
Last but not least, we encourage you to take the time now to plan your alternative transportation options. Visit www.511.org for more information about alternative commute options.
WAYS TO RECEIVE BART SERVICE INFORMATION
- BART website news/schedules: http://bart.gov
- BART email & text alerts: http://bart.gov/alerts
- BART mobile website: http://m.bart.gov
- BART on-demand text alerts: Text 'BART service' to 468311 or visit http://bart.gov/sms for details.
- BART Twitter: @sfbart
- BART Facebook: http://bart.gov/facebook
- BARTtv News: http://bart.gov/barttv
- BART RSS Feeds: http://bart.gov/rss