BART Getting More Trains Starting Sept. 14
Posted By kcubas on September 10, 2020
Starting next Monday, September 14th, BART will run an updated schedule. The new schedule calls for more frequency during peak weekday commute hours on several lines, creating more hours with 15-minute frequencies.
Service hours remain the same: 5 am-9 pm weekdays, 8 am-9 pm weekends. Read the full article.
Commute trains at 15-minute frequencies will be added to most lines as well as other adjustments to the schedule including 30-minute frequencies on Saturday and Sunday to reflect current ridership levels.
Three lines will have 15-minute frequencies during the busiest commute hours on weekdays in the peak direction of travel: Antioch-SFO (Yellow); Richmond-Millbrae (Red); Berryessa-Daly City (Green). Dublin/Pleasanton-Daly City (Blue) and Richmond-Berryessa (Orange) Lines will not have added trains but riders can expect to benefit from the increased service and be able to spread out.
All other weekday times will continue to run 30-minute frequencies.
BART allows real-time train departures for riders to follow at https://bart.gov/schedules/eta or using the Official BART App on smartphones. Plan ahead your next ride using the BART Trip Planner at https://bart.gov/planner. PDF timetables are available at https://bart.gov/schedules/pdf