In an effort to avoid the events that caused significant delays during Monday’s commute, BART will take a zero tolerance approach with protestors who try and disrupt service. Read More
Commuters inconvenienced by rowdy protests at several BART stations in San Francisco on Monday expressed mixed reactions to the demonstrations this morning. Read More
Reforms implemented following the fatal shooting of Oscar Grant III by a BART police officer will be put to the test this week as several separate inquiries consider the agency’s latest police-involved fatality.
The agency’s Citizen Review Board will hold its first meeting today to discuss the July 3 fatal shooting of Charles Hill. Read More
A group of protesters seeking to paralyze BART achieved their goal Monday by holding open train doors, climbing atop a rail car and ultimately forcing police to shut down three stations during the height of the evening commute.
Click on the photo at right to see a slideshow of photos from the protest. Read More
Evening commuters in San Francisco on BART and Muni were disrupted Monday evening due to protests about a recent fatal shooting of a man on a transit station platform.
As of 7:15 p.m., the Powell Street station was closed to passengers who wanted to board trains. Passengers could still leave the station. Read More
Demonstrators will converge on the BART Civic Center station on Monday afternoon to the July 3 fatal shooting of Charles Hill as well as the shooting of Oscar Grant at the Fruitvale Station on New Year’s Day in 2009. Read More
The man shot and killed by BART police officers at the Civic Center station Sunday night has been identified as 45-year-old Charles Hill.
The San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office could not establish a city of residence for Hill. Read More