Billboards on BART property could generate up to $10 million a year for the agency, but it’s unknown where the massive advertising signs would be allowed in the region.The advertising firm Allvision has approached BART about adding billboards to the agency’s right-of-way property, which includes areas along highways, maintenance yards, and transit stations. Read More
Confirming what many people already knew, BART’s Board of Directors will fess up and admit that a majority of their members asked General Manager Dorothy Dugger to resign earlier this month. Read More
Five BART directors from an array of political leanings voted to ask General Manager Dorothy Dugger to resign last week, but the unifying grievance among the group remains unclear.
In a surprise development Feb. 10 in closed session, five of BART’s nine directors asked Dugger to resign. The vote was rescinded after members raised concerns the board may have violated the state’s open-meetings law by failing to provide proper public notice. Read More