SMART reconsiders the role of “quiet zones” in light of recent “suicides by train”
Minor changes in system maps have riled up BART riders in the past
Since Brightline decided they need more stations between Miami and West Palm Beach, cities vie for the new stops
SMART chief calls for community efforts to end streak of “suicides by train”
Caltrain proposes potential fare increases
How transportation works in the civilized parts of the world, unlike the U.S.: Stockholm and Copenhagen
Sorry, you now can’t buy Chinese trains with Federal money
BART to install new bike straps on all rolling stock
From the Dark Side (humor): CHP catches carpool cheater with dummy in shotgun seat. Hey dummy, you don’t need the dummy if you took the bus or train
The rest of the world has high-speed rail. Why doesn’t the U.S.?
Sticker shock on price for BART’s “fancy tents” to cover escalators on Market Street in S.F.
Caltrain proposes BART-like frequent service on its route
Caltrain’s $25 billion growth plan
Bay Area business “Powers That Be” floating $100 billion measure to permanently fix traffic
Why do the new Caltrain electric cars have two sets of doors, one 4 feet off the ground?
New BART “inverted guillotine” fare gates ridiculed for “hostile design” (sic)
Many startup companies abandoning suburbs for cities with good transit
Two more BART stations getting elevator attendants to keep the “poop” under control
Insider gets appointed new BART General Manager to replace Grace Crunican
Plan by California legislators would shift billions from high-speed rail to other rail projects in state
From the Dark Side(tm): Frightening vision for cities taken over by robocars
More on BART paper ticket sales being discontinued
Is Caltrain electrification behind schedule?
Interview with Los Angeles Metro CEO Phil Washington
Should high-speed rail continue? “Influencers” weigh in
$7 million allocated for a new parking garage at Dublin-Pleasanton BART station
Are BART’s “guillotine” fare gates stopping fare jumpers? Well, no…
110-125 mph trains could be boon for Bay Area and Central Valley, perhaps arriving a decade or more sooner than high-speed rail
New York Subway upgrades to “tap and go” fare cards from sliding cards
Opinion: California leaders abandoning futile bullet train plans
After 20 years of driving into S.F., here’s what a Chronicle reporter learned after 90 days using BART
Noise claims down 73% after BART changes how it reprofiles BART car wheels