The four-day BART strike is now over. BART and its two largest unions reached a contract deal Monday night.
On Tuesday some trains will run as early as 4 a.m. with limited capacity and full service will be restored by the afternoon. Here are some transit resources to help you plan your morning commute. Share this page with your family, friends and colleagues:
If you plan on driving, you can use our real-time traffic map or Waze app to help you during your commute.
During a strike, thousands of additional drivers will likely be on the road, and other transit operators have limited capability to expand service at this time. 511 recommends that you:
Here are the latest stories from ABC7 News: BART board cancels meeting as strike continues
BART trains are not running today as the labor strike continues with no end in sight. BART's board of directors cancelled a special, closed door meeting today to discuss the strike and negotiations. As of right now, there no talks scheduled between BART management and unions. More:
Here are the latest updates from transportation authorities around the Bay Area and ABC7 News @abc7newsBayArea
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