BART Update: BART Schedule Change Information Fact Sheet / Early Bird Express

Changes Impact Weekday and Sunday Riders

Beginning Monday, February 11, 2019, there will be three significant changes to BART train service, which will impact weekday and Sunday riders. The changes will allow BART to speed up the process to seismically upgrade the Transbay Tube and make other vital safety repairs to BART’s aging infrastructure using voter-approved Measure RR funds. Additionally, the schedule adjustment will allow us to expand some service and run longer trains because of the Fleet of the Future roll out. Finally, there will be a new line of service to San Francisco International Airport. There are no changes to Saturday service.

BART Changes General Fact Sheet

 


 

Early Bird Express

The Early Bird Express includes 15 new bus lines running between 3:50 am and 5:30 am in both directions between stops.

  • Twenty BART stations will be served, including six stations in San Francisco and the Temporary Transbay Terminal.
  • Bus trips leaving from East Bay BART stations will arrive at the Temporary Transbay Terminal at 4:40 am, 5:00 am, 5:15 am and 5:30 am.
  • Eight Bay Area bus agencies will operate this network.
  • See the map and the schedule for all routes and times here: Early Bird Express Flyer

 


 

We encourage everyone to use the official BART app (Bart.gov) for more detailed information, and bart.gov/EarlyBirdExpress for specifics on 5am specifics.
Please encourage everyone to “Check before you go”!

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