The staff cuts would impact service. Some round-trip commuter routes would be eliminated.
The delay was due to police activity at the Fremont station, where BART officers safely removed a disruptive passenger holding a door open on a train
BART is focused on ensuring that riders feel confident and safe on trains as the Bay Area rebounds from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The family of Oscar Grant met Thursday with Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley, three days after she announced she was reopening the investigation into Grant's shooting death by a BART police officer in 2009.
An independent report and video shows former officer Anthony Pirone hitting Oscar Grant in the head and kneeing him on the Fruitvale BART station platform in 2009.
Grant's family held a news conference Monday demanding the investigation be reopened.
The 22-ton cars, many of which are from the original 1972 fleet, will sell for up to $10 thousand dollars. Most of the cars will be stripped and won't include the BART logos.
The artist created her project "We Been On" to motivate people to think of masks in different contexts.
BART crews have been replacing aging track components like rock ballast, wooden ties and track switches near the Hayward station on weekends.
Moishe Harris was taken into custody just after 10 p.m. and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Free Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District buses will be available for riders to get around the work but doing so will add 20 to 40 minutes to a trip.
Terrell Coffer, 44, of Oakland allegedly stabbed the victim aboard a train as it approached the Warm Springs/South Fremont Station shortly before noon Friday.
The Warm Springs Station was closed for about an hour as BART police investigated.
Henry Lee reports.
Trains are passing through the station, but are not stopping.
A computer problem forced BART to completely shut train service and all stations.
Starting Monday commuters will be seeing more BART trains. BART is saying the move is necessary to catch up to current ridership, the transit agency says it's the biggest increase in service since the pandemic hit.
The service is for non-emergency reporting of issues within the BART system.
Transit agencies from around the Bay Area are highlighting the steps they are taking to make sure trains and buses are sanitized and ready for when passengers return. Those agencies are taking steps they say are necessary for their survival.
Trains will be using one track between the Powell Street and 16th St/Mission stations for scheduled track maintenance in downtown San Francisco.