Limited all-night service ends following the Bay Bridge westbound reopening
Please Note: There is no overnight BART service from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m.
on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 21.
TRAINS RUN HOURLY; ONLY STOP AT 14 STATIONS AFTER MIDNIGHT ON PRESIDENTS' DAY WEEKEND
Normally BART service ends each day around midnight. But this Presidents’ Day Weekend, BART will operate all night long because Caltrans will be closing the Bay Bridge in the westbound direction to prepare the approach to the new East Span of the Bay Bridge. So to help people get between the East Bay and San Francisco, BART will operate during the overnight hours. However, BART train service will run hourly and only serve 14 of BART’s 44 stations.
Learn more about why the Bay Bridge is closing by visiting www.baybridgeinfo.org.
During the Presidents’ Day weekend, BART will operate on its normal timetable. On Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 20, 2012, BART will operate on a Saturday schedule. However, after midnight, the hourly, overnight service to the 14 stations will start around 1 a.m. and go until roughly until 6 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18, until 8 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 19 and until 6 a.m. on Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 20. There will be no overnight BART service from 1 a.m. – 4 a.m. on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 21.
The following stations will be opened during the overnight hours:
- Daly City
- 24th Street Mission
- Bay Fair
- Downtown Berkeley
- Coliseum/Oakland Airport
- E. Dublin/Pleasanton
- El Cerrito Del Norte
- MacArthur (Timed Train Transfer Point)
- Oakland City Center/12th St. (Timed Train Transfer Point and AC Transit Transfer Point)
- Walnut Creek
- San Francisco International Airport
Download the detailed schedule for overnight service (.pdf) during Presidents' Day weekend or check real-time departures. For BART real time info on the go, point your mobile browser to http://m.bart.gov or check out http://bart.gov/sms to learn about our SMS service.