Alerts and Advisories
Planned BART Service Advisories
|Expect 15-20 minutes delay between Hayward and Union City on 12/6||Read More|
|Thanksgiving Week Service 2020||Read More|
|Major track replacement project coming to Richmond Station (first shutdown weekend 1/16-18)||Read More|
|Expect minimal delays from select Sunday single-tracking in San Francisco||Read More|
|BART runs reduced service, closes early due to COVID-19||Read More|
|BART expanding Clipper-only sales at stations systemwide through 2020||Read More|
|Face coverings now required for BART riders||Read More|
|Potential Evening Delays Due to Power Cable Replacement in Downtown San Francisco||Read More|
|BART to temporarily close some station entrances at larger stations||Read More|
Planned Escalator Service Advisories
Planned Elevator Service Advisories
We know you depend on BART and we strive to give you the best service updates possible.
When are service advisories issued?
During reduced service due to COVID-19 low ridership, the Operations Control Center will issue a BART Service Advisory when any train is off schedule by 10 minutes. Previously, we would issue a BART Service Advisory when multiple trains are off schedule by 10 minutes or more. With trains running less frequently we enhanced the policy of issuing advisories for increased transparency to assist in trip planning.
As a delay initially unfolds, we'll issue an advisory as soon as possible given other safety, security and operational priorities within the BART Operations Control Center.
Our goal is to issue a BART Elevator Advisory when platform-level elevators or street-level elevators at BART Stations go in and out of service.