A look at what BART could have been, what it still has potential to be
Bay Area Rapid Transit HD 60fps: C Cars Coupling (Rush Hour Train Lengthening) @ Fremont 7/21/15
Boy Who Had BART-Themed Party Invited By Transit Agency For Exclusive Tour
BART Shuts Down Of Red Line For Repairs After Days Of Electrical Problems
Junkies Take Over Corridors Of San Francisco Civic Center BART Station
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is a rapid transit public transportation system serving the San Francisco Bay Area in California. The heavy rail elevated and subway system connects San Francisco and Oakland with urban and suburban areas in Alameda, Contra Costa, and San Mateo counties. BART connects 48 stations along six routes on 112 miles (180 km) of rapid transit lines, including a ten-mile spur line in eastern Contra Costa County which utilizes diesel multiple-unit trains and a 3.2-mile (5.1 km) automated guideway transit line to the Oakland International Airport. With an average of 423,000 weekday passengers and 124.2 million annual passengers in fiscal year 2017, BART is the fifth-busiest heavy rail rapid transit system in the United States.