Bay Area Rapid Transit

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Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is a rapid transit public transportation system serving the San Francisco Bay Area in California.wikipedia
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List of Bay Area Rapid Transit stations

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BART serves 48 stations along six routes on 112 mi of rapid transit lines, including a 10 mi spur line in eastern Contra Costa County which utilizes diesel multiple-unit trains and a 3.2 mi automated guideway transit line to the Oakland International Airport.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is a heavy rail rapid transit system in the San Francisco Bay Area.

EBART

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BART serves 48 stations along six routes on 112 mi of rapid transit lines, including a 10 mi spur line in eastern Contra Costa County which utilizes diesel multiple-unit trains and a 3.2 mi automated guideway transit line to the Oakland International Airport. Construction of eBART, an extension using diesel multiple units along conventional railroad infrastructure between Pittsburg and Antioch, opened on May 26, 2018.
eBART (East Contra Costa County BART extension) is the project name for a diesel multiple unit (DMU) light rail branch line of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in eastern Contra Costa County, California, United States.

Transbay Tube

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Construction of the system began in 1964, and included a number of major engineering challenges, including excavating subway tunnels in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley; constructing aerial structures throughout the Bay Area, particularly in Alameda and Contra Costa counties; tunneling through the Berkeley hills on the Concord line; and lowering the system's centerpiece, the Transbay Tube connecting Oakland and San Francisco, into a trench dredged onto the floor of San Francisco Bay.
The Transbay Tube is an underwater rail tunnel which carries Bay Area Rapid Transit's four transbay lines under San Francisco Bay between the cities of San Francisco and Oakland in California.

MacArthur station (BART)

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Passenger service began on September 11, 1972, initially just between MacArthur and Fremont. That project also reduced weekday evening service from every 20 minutes to every 24 minutes to allow for construction work in one track of the Tube during those times.) The last inbound trains leave their terminals around midnight, with the final Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line and Richmond–Warm Springs/South Fremont line trains in both directions meeting at MacArthur station for guaranteed transfers.
MacArthur is a rapid transit station of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in the Temescal District of Oakland, California.

Dublin/Pleasanton station

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An extension to Dublin/Pleasanton in 1997 added a fifth line to the system for the first time in BART's history.
Dublin/Pleasanton is a Bay Area Rapid Transit station on the border of Dublin and Pleasanton.

Colma station

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Over twenty years would pass before the first extensions to the BART system were completed to Colma and Pittsburg/Bay Point in 1996.
Colma is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station located in unincorporated northern San Mateo County, California adjacent to the incorporated town of Colma and city of Daly City.

Fremont station (BART)

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Passenger service began on September 11, 1972, initially just between MacArthur and Fremont.
Fremont is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station in downtown Fremont, California, United States.

Silicon Valley BART extension

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The Silicon Valley BART Extension is scheduled to open in Milpitas and Berryessa (San Jose) in 2020, in partnership with the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA). In 2012, The California Transportation Commission announced they would provide funding for expanding BART facilities, through the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, in anticipation of the opening of the Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension.
The Silicon Valley BART Extension will expand service by Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) into Santa Clara County, from its former terminus at the Fremont station in Alameda County.

Contra Costa County, California

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BART serves 48 stations along six routes on 112 mi of rapid transit lines, including a 10 mi spur line in eastern Contra Costa County which utilizes diesel multiple-unit trains and a 3.2 mi automated guideway transit line to the Oakland International Airport. 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.
The establishment of BART, the modernization of Highway 24, and the addition of a fourth Caldecott Tunnel bore all served to reinforce the demographic and economic trends in the Diablo area, with cities such as Walnut Creek becoming edge cities.

Key System

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Some of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system's current coverage area was once served by an electrified streetcar and suburban train system called the Key System.
The Key System's territory is today served by BART and AC Transit bus service.

Pittsburg Center station

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Construction of eBART, an extension using diesel multiple units along conventional railroad infrastructure between Pittsburg and Antioch, opened on May 26, 2018.
Pittsburg Center is a Bay Area Rapid Transit station on the Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line.

Oakland, California

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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.
The sculpture consists of eight-foot-tall letters spelling "HERE" and "THERE" in front of the BART tracks as they descend from their elevated section in Oakland to the subway through Berkeley.

Clipper card

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In March 2019, BART announced they would begin updating ticket 'add-fare' machines inside the 'fare zone' to accept debit and credit cards for payment (for Clipper cards only).
In 1993, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and County Connection launched a pilot program named Translink (not to be confused with other agencies with that name) that allowed the use of a single fare card between the two systems.

Orinda station

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In 2008, BART announced that it would install solar panels at two yards and maintenance facilities and the Orinda station (the only station with enough sun to justify installation cost).
Orinda is a Bay Area Rapid Transit station in Orinda, California.

Caltrain

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With the Transbay Tube nearing capacity, long-range plans included a new four-bore Transbay Tube beneath San Francisco Bay that would run parallel and south of the existing tunnel and emerge at the Transbay Transit Terminal to connect to Caltrain and the future California High Speed Rail system.
In June 2003, a passenger connection for the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and Caltrain systems opened at Millbrae station just south of the San Francisco International Airport.

California High-Speed Rail

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With the Transbay Tube nearing capacity, long-range plans included a new four-bore Transbay Tube beneath San Francisco Bay that would run parallel and south of the existing tunnel and emerge at the Transbay Transit Terminal to connect to Caltrain and the future California High Speed Rail system.

Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line

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Trains on each primary service run every 15 minutes on weekdays (with some additional peak-hour trains on the Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line), every 24 minutes on weekday evenings, and every 20 minutes on weekends and holidays; the shuttle runs every 30 minutes on weekdays and every 20 minutes on weekends.
The Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line (formerly the Pittsburg/Bay Point–SFO/Millbrae line) is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) line in the San Francisco Bay Area that runs from Antioch station to the San Francisco International Airport station and Millbrae station.

Market Street Subway

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The additional double tracked four mile long upper deck of the Market Street Subway and its four underground stations were built by BART for the S.F. Municipal Railway. On Sundays, the Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City line runs to MacArthur station rather than to Daly City station to allow for single-track operations in the Market Street Subway.
The Market Street Subway is a double-decker subway tunnel that carries Muni Metro and BART train traffic in San Francisco, California.

Richmond–Warm Springs/South Fremont line

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That project also reduced weekday evening service from every 20 minutes to every 24 minutes to allow for construction work in one track of the Tube during those times.) The last inbound trains leave their terminals around midnight, with the final Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line and Richmond–Warm Springs/South Fremont line trains in both directions meeting at MacArthur station for guaranteed transfers.
The Richmond–Warm Springs/South Fremont line (formerly the Richmond–Fremont line) is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) line in the San Francisco Bay Area that runs from Warm Springs/South Fremont station to Richmond station.

Richmond–Daly City/Millbrae line

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The Richmond–Daly City/Millbrae line has limited Sunday service and no service after 9:00 pm on weekdays; it runs a shorter route on Saturdays.
The Richmond–Daly City/Millbrae line is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) line in the San Francisco Bay Area that runs from Richmond station to Millbrae station.

San Francisco Municipal Railway

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The additional double tracked four mile long upper deck of the Market Street Subway and its four underground stations were built by BART for the S.F. Municipal Railway.
Muni is an integral part of public transit in the city of San Francisco, operating 365 days a year and connecting with regional transportation services, such as Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), Caltrain, SamTrans, Golden Gate Transit, and AC Transit.

Oakland International Airport

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BART serves 48 stations along six routes on 112 mi of rapid transit lines, including a 10 mi spur line in eastern Contra Costa County which utilizes diesel multiple-unit trains and a 3.2 mi automated guideway transit line to the Oakland International Airport.
A long-proposed extension of the BART system to the airport opened on November 22, 2014, allowing passengers to board BART people mover trains and transport from the BART Coliseum station platform to the entrance of all terminals.

Warm Springs/South Fremont–Daly City line

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The Warm Springs/South Fremont–Daly City line has limited Sunday service and does not run after about 6:00 pm on weekdays.
The Warm Springs/South Fremont–Daly City line (formerly the Fremont–Daly City line) is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) line in the San Francisco Bay Area that runs from Warm Springs/South Fremont station to Daly City station.

Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City line

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On Sundays, the Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City line runs to MacArthur station rather than to Daly City station to allow for single-track operations in the Market Street Subway.
The Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City line is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) line in the San Francisco Bay Area that runs between Dublin/Pleasanton station and Daly City station.

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

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In 2012, The California Transportation Commission announced they would provide funding for expanding BART facilities, through the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, in anticipation of the opening of the Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension.
In 2000, voters approved a 30-year extension of the 1996 sales tax to fund the Silicon Valley BART extension, which will eventually extend Bay Area Rapid Transit from its prior terminus in Fremont to Santa Clara.