Passenger Alert: Protests may disrupt BART service Mon., Aug. 29
Please be advised that protesters may attempt to disrupt BART service during the afternoon commute period on Mon., Aug. 29 in downtown San Francisco BART stations.
As always, BART’s primary mission is to ensure your safety and keep trains on-time. BART may need to close some stations temporarily or make other service adjustments on short notice.
Know your alternative transportation plans
Take some time now to plan your transportation options. Visit www.511.org for more information about alternative commute options.
BART will use its website, mobile website, text alerts, email alerts and Customer Services phone line to update you on any changes we may make to BART service. You should also consider www.511.org and the web, mobile, email and sms services provided there.
Regional travel information: www.511.org or dial 511
BART website news/advisories: www.bart.gov
BART mobile website news/advisories: m.bart.gov
BART email and SMS advisories: www.bart.gov/alerts
BART SMS on demand: Text 'BART service' to 468311 or see www.bart.gov/sms for more info
BART Phone Center: 510-465-BART (2278)
BART Twitter: @SFBART
Reporting security, safety or hazardous issues
For urgent matters on BART dial 911, call (510) 464-7000, use the train intercom or contact a Station Agent. Here are additional useful numbers:
BART Police (non-emergency): 510-464-7000
San Francisco Police (emergency) 911 or 415-553-8090