BART ridership for Monday, November 2 was 53,287, representing an 87% drop compared to November budget projections. Masks are available to the public at all stations (see the station agent booth) and officers and ambassadors have extra masks for those who need one. View the "Riding Together, Bay Area Healthy Transit Plan," a comprehensive strategy launched by the transit agencies from the nine Bay Area counties with shared commitments to limit the spread of COVID-19. Read more about this art project. We have ensured layers of staffing trained to distribute information. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 310 exits. As of mid-October, BART ridership hovers at 13% of pre-COVID levels and may not exceed 40% by the end of FY21. Extensive ridership data such as station specific and origin-destination pairs are available here: https://www.bart.gov/about/reports/ridership. Today’s shelter in place emergency order from local counties considers BART as an essential business. We have confirmed with staff that we have completed installing hand sanitizer dispensers at all stations. There is enough space for riders to remain 6 feet from each other. By increasing essential rebuilding projects we can also save our operating budget by shifting crews to focus on capital budget funded projects. BART ridership for Tuesday, October 27th was 54,337, representing an 87% drop compared to October budget projections. New April ridership baselines have been established for weekdays and weekends based on what April ridership was budgeted to be. BART ridership for Monday May 18 was 29,555 representing a 93% drop when compared to May budget projections. Ridership drives our operating budget because BART relies on fare revenue more than most transit agencies. BART budget staff is waiting to find out how much money BART will receive from the federal stimulus package to help support our operating budget and running service. To the greatest extent feasible, BART should allow for Social Distancing of at least six feet from any other person including, but not limited to, when any customers are standing in line. View our passenger loading data showing the expected average number of people on board each car on specific trains for the week of August 3rd-August 7th at www.bart.gov/crowding. BART is now facing a $210 million in budget deficit in the current fiscal year and next. BART ridership for Thursday, October 22 was 54,513, representing an 87% drop compared to October budget projections. View the details of the plan. People must use public transit only for purposes of performing Essential Activities or to travel to and from work to operate Essential Businesses or maintain Essential Governmental Functions and Essential Infrastructure operations and maintenance. Next week starts our new schedule with added trains during our busiest hours to help with social distancing. During this time of extreme low ridership, BART continues many of its capital projects to help rebuild its system. BART ridership for Sunday June 7 was 13,339 representing a 89% drop when compared to June budget projections. Prior to the order, most BART riders were already wearing face coverings while riding. View the COVID-19 update presentation. Maintenance crew assignments are staggered to prevent gathering of personnel. BART is using five priorities to balance tradeoffs in service changes. “We are grateful to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and our Bay Area congressional delegation for prioritizing transit and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for their leadership,” said BART General Manager Bob Powers. The impact of these orders on BART employees and contractors include: The new order does not replace the counties’ stay-at-home health order or the need to maintain physical distancing, wash hands frequently and cover coughs and sneezes – all fundamental to reducing the spread of COVID-19. Over the coming weeks, BART staff will continue to cost out savings achieved from the 7-point plan and various service scenarios. BART ridership for Saturday May 30 was 15,568 representing a 89% drop when compared to May budget projections. BART ridership for Wednesday April 15 was 24,498 representing a 94% drop when compared to April ridership budget projections. BART is running regular weekend service with the following planned track work: SAT: Single-tracking for Yellow Line after 11:30pm due to work in Berkeley Hills Tunnel. BART ridership for Sunday, October 11th was 21,871, representing an 80% drop compared to October budget projections. Milpitas and Berryessa stations had a ridership of 406. Read the COVID-19 update presentation. Starting Monday April 13, BART will temporarily close several entrances at the four downtown San Francisco stations as well as additional entrances at the 12th & 19th Street stations in Oakland. BART ridership for Sunday, November  8 was 21,228, representing an 79% drop compared to November budget projections. All BART cars in service are fogged with disinfectant every 24 hours. BART ridership for Wednesday, August 5 was 46,389, representing an 89% drop compared to August budget projections. Social distancing will remain possible on the yellow line all day. Announced on Monday April 6:  Starting Wednesday, April 8, Monday-Friday service will run every 30 minutes systemwide all day, with 3-line service beginning earlier in the evening and single tracking in San Francisco starting at around 8pm. BART ridership for Saturday June 27 was 22,997 representing a 85% drop when compared to June budget projections. Tuesday was the first day of Bay Area counties reverting back to more restrictive categories in the purple and red tiers on the state's scale for reopening. Part of BART's 15 Step Welcome Back Plan is to explore new technologies. I deeply appreciate that he provides just the right amount of structure and how patiently and generously he shares his extensive knowledge and experience. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 370 exits. BART ridership for Friday, July 31 was 45,818, representing an 89% drop compared to July budget projections. These are the first set of crowding charts since our schedule change that added more trains into service during peak commute times. For the Antigen test, the date the test was administered must be within 48 hours (2 days) of their arrival. View daily BART updates related to coronavirus. In the afternoon, the 3 added trains will begin at Daly City at 3:55pm, 4:25pm, and 4:55pm in the Pittsburg/Bay Point direction. It's part of the station's modernization project. Riders who use to take the 715 can now drive to Pleasant Hill to catch the 702 or catch the first train at 5:07 am (N. Concord) or 4:56 (Concord). Once we have that baseline we will release charts reflective of what to expect. BART ridership for Sunday, April 5, 2020 was 7,835 representing a 92% drop when compared to April ridership budget projections. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 372 exits. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 277 exits. We are charging the price it cost BART to purchase the straps with no mark up. BART ridership for Thursday, March 12, 2020 was 231,820 representing a 45% drop compared to an average Thursday in February 2020. The ridership figures show that people are staying home if they can, that there are people who still need to go to work in person and BART plays a critical role in moving them, that there is no crowding on trains and social distancing is possible, and we are committed to sharing as much information with the public as we can. As much as possible, we ask Bard students to be in touch with Health Services directly via phone: 845-758-7433. BART ridership for Friday June 19 was 47,163 representing a 88% drop when compared to June budget projections. BART ridership for Wednesday, March 25, 2020, was 32,625, representing a 92% drop compared to an average Wednesday in February 2020 (see our chart above). We are maintaining proper inventory of PPE. Only upon refusal to cover their face with any material will an officer ask the person to leave the system. CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings that can be fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials. BART ridership for Wednesday, December 2 was 51,262, representing an 87% drop compared to budget projections for a December weekday. BART ridership for Tuesday, October 20th was 53,785, representing an 87% drop compared to October budget projections. BART and public transportation must be the first choice to avoid gridlock that would slow economic recovery. Fewer riders means less revenue to BART. These trains are traditionally cancelled during periods of low ridership, such as the December holiday season. Stations are cleaned multiple times each day with touchpoints wiped down at least six times per janitor shift. A bipartisan, bicameral coronavirus relief aid package is being discussed in the lame duck session, but that can be only a starting point for negotiations. We prioritized the north of Market Street entrances after careful analysis of a number of factors including where the majority of riders are currently entering and exiting, ADA access, and known hot spots for illegal behavior. BART ridership for Thursday May 28 was 33,681 representing a 92% drop when compared to May budget projections for ridership. BART ridership for Monday, July 13th was 45,336 representing an 89% drop when compared to July budget projections. 15 reviews of Bart Robley "Bart Robley is a marvelous teacher. BART ridership for Sunday, August 23 was 16,462, representing an 84% drop compared to August budget projections. Those who need care that is clinically deemed urgent or immediately necessary – including all maternity care - will always be treated promptly even if a patient indicates that they cannot afford to pay. We also worked with community partners to provide free tests at Union City, West Oakland, Fruitvale, and North Berkeley. On Monday, new shelter-in-place orders went into effect with 33 million Californians impacted by the lockdown. The north side of Market is where the elevators are located. According to public health officials, maintaining an arms-length space between people will help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Employees and contractors must wear mask/ coverings when: Masks/ coverings are not required but must be readily available (around neck or in pocket) and can be quickly put on if someone enters the room or workspace in these situations: on the right of way, including yards and local control, where social distancing is observed (six-foot separation), 701 (Pittsburg/Bay Point Station to Salesforce Transit Center), 702 (Pleasant Hill Station to Salesforce Transit Center), 704 (El Cerrito Del Norte Station to Salesforce Transit Center), 705 (MacArthur Station to Salesforce Transit Center via 19th St./Oakland Station, 706 (Bay Fair Station to Salesforce Transit Center via Fruitvale Station), 713 (Salesforce Transit Center to San Francisco International Airport Station), 714 (Salesforce Transit Center to Daly City Station), 703 (Dublin/Pleasanton Station to Salesforce Transit Center), 707 (Fremont Station to Salesforce Transit Center), 708 (El Cerrito Del Norte Station to 19th St./Oakland Station), 709 (Antioch Station to Pittsburg/Bay Point Station), 712 (Pittsburg/Bay Point Station to 19th St./Oakland Station), 715 (North Concord Station to Pleasant Hill Station). BART ridership for Thursday, October 8th was 52,685, representing an 88% drop compared to October budget projections, marking the new highest ridership day since shelter in place orders began. The 12th Street Station will be accessible from the Williams Plaza and De Lauer’s News Stand at the center of the station, and 11th and Broadway (south end of station near the Marriott). The horns will be blown to honor the hard-working and essential public transit employees who continue to move people to their destinations during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 377 exits. BART ridership for Tuesday May 5 was 27,562 representing a 93% drop when compared to May budget projections. Milpitas and Berryessa had a ridership of 339 exits. Running the same hours we currently operate with 30 minute frequencies and 18 extra commute direction trips for 15 min frequencies but eliminating 8 reverse commute trips, Running 3 route service on Saturday (like we do on Sunday), Pursue efficiencies around contracting and other reductions to BART’s non-labor budget, Continue hiring freeze; eliminate most current vacancies, Seek Board approval to negotiate a retirement incentive program with union leadership, Re-assign or re-train staff wherever possible to fill critical gaps created by departures, Fill critical capital budget vacancies with operating staff wherever possible, Load shed service dependent staff to capital projects to accelerate capital program delivery, Explore additional cost savings measures with labor partners and non-represented employees. BART ridership for Wednesday, April 1, 2020 was 29,896 representing a 93% drop in ridership. Mandated Social Distancing Protocol form and posters are posted at all BART facilities. Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, BART will provide service Monday-Friday from 5am-9pm (currently service is 5am-midnight). At 12th Street Station, the following entrances are closed: At 19th Street Station, the following entrances are closed: BART closed the following station entrances prior to March 31: BART ridership for Sunday, March 29, 2020 was 9,453, representing a 90% drop compared to an average Sunday in February 2020 (see our chart above). View our passenger loading/crowding data showing the expected average number of people on board each car on specific trains for the week Dec 7-Dec 11  at www.bart.gov/crowding. Our contact tracing shows the employee had no close contact with the public, however spent time in stations and on trains throughout the system. Please submit your comments as far in advance as possible. Touchpoints inside of all train cars are wiped down with disinfectant at end of line stations. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 381 exits. 45K is about 5,000 fewer rides compared to the last fews weeks and about 10,000 fewer rides compared to a month ago, when ridership was reaching 55K. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 348 exits. Today BART General Manager Bob Powers joined other transit leaders across the nation in sending a letter to Senate and House leadership requesting that any federal relief package include at least $25 billion of dedicated support for public transportation agencies. BART Board President Lateefah Simon called a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors on Thursday, March 26, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-25-29 and the California Shelter-in-Place mandate, which prevents all but essential travel, public participation for this meeting will be via teleconference only. Temporarily eliminating these extra trains during low ridership will reduce maintenance needs, allow for additional cleaning of the cars, and provide train operators to backfill vacancies. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 418 exits. BART ridership for Friday, August 28 was 46,394, representing an 89% drop compared to August budget projections. BART ridership for Sunday, August 9 was 17,962, representing an 83% drop compared to August budget projections. On Monday September 14th, BART’s schedule will be updated to add more frequency during peak commute times on several lines, marking the largest weekday service increase since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Today BART will host a pop up event at Civic Center from 10am-Noon in the free area on the concourse level at the 8th and Market entrance. Some of the stations in our system that used to be our busiest have seen some of the steepest declines in usage. Peak morning rush hour, and the Colma BART station is as quiet as a Colma cemetery. BART ridership for Sunday, November 29 was 19,396, representing an 81% drop compared to budget projections for a November Sunday. Milpitas and Berryessa stations had a ridership of 354 exits. We are unaware of any positive tests and employees are accounted for. BART ridership for Wednesday May 27 was 33,004 representing a 92% drop when compared to May budget projections for ridership. Ridership for Milpitas and Berryessa was 401. Monthly ridership data and daily ridership data that is station specific, including origin and destination pairs are available for public access. There was no crowding today during the morning commute, but trains did carry people, indicating there are essential workers who depend on transit. Riders can plan hours and days ahead of their planned trip using the BART Trip Planner. BART ridership for Thursday, November 26 (Thanksgiving) was 13,628, representing a 93% drop compared to budget projections for a weekday holiday in November. We are also sharing this fact sheet (Fact sheet was updated on 3/22 click here to view latest version) about the financial impact of the pandemic and shelter in place orders. BART ridership for Wednesday, November 4 was 51,903, representing an 87% drop compared to November budget projections. BART staff has updated this Fact Sheet outlining revenue loss figures based on the latest ridership data. BART wants to thank Marcus Semien, shortstop for the Oakland A's and Bay Area native, for purchasing lunch for BART employees today. BART ridership for Wednesday, September 2 was 48,344, representing an 89% drop compared to September budget projections, marking the highest ridership day since shelter in place orders began. We were among the first transit agencies in America to act in the face of this pandemic. Week 1 March 2-8: Some large companies requiring/strongly encouraging work from home, Week 2 March 9-15: Many schools/day cares shutting down, Week 3 March 16-22: Shelter in place orders (6-county effective 3/17), Week 4 March 23-29: BART reduced service hours, effective 3/23. BART ridership for Wednesday, July 22 was 45,712, representing an 89% drop compared to July budget projections. Ridership for the Milpitas and Berryessa stations was 346 exits. While paper tickets are no longer available for purchase at these stations, riders are still be able to use paper tickets to enter or exit through fare gates. The money will also support BART labor forces, keeping employees safe, healthy, and employed. Last last week, BART completed the process of transitioning all stations to offer Clipper as the only fare product available for purchase. Scroll down for daily COVID-19 news updates. BART ridership for Friday June 12 was 39,177 representing a 90% drop when compared to June budget projections. While BART’s daily weekday ridership has been increasing steadily for several weeks, the path to regaining ridership will be a slow climb and the COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact of our short and long-term operating budget shortfalls. Weekend service will remain unchanged at this time. 47,183 is the highest ridership to date since ridership bottomed out in April at around 23,000. BART ridership for Thursday June 11 was 39,676 representing a 90% drop when compared to June budget projections. (Update 3/22: with a 90% reduction this number grows to $57M). BART ridership for Thurday, November 12 was 55,171, representing an 87% drop compared to November budget projections. Crowding charts will not be released on Monday because it is a new schedule and we need a few days to analyze the crowding data based on the increase in frequency. 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