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BART to Restore Service to Pre-Pandemic Levels on Feb. 20

BART will operate midnight service every night of the week
By - posted 2/10/2022 No Comment

Later this month, BART will restore service to pre-pandemic levels by running trains until midnight every day of the week. Since the beginning of the pandemic, BART closed at 9 pm. Sundays to work on rebuilding projects. Starting Feb. 20, Sunday service will run from 8 a.m. to midnight, BART officials said Wednesday.

In addition, BART will run 5-line service every day until about 9 p.m., except for 12 single-tracking Sundays when cable replacement work is underway in San Francisco. After 9 p.m., there will be 3-line service every day. Also starting this month, BART’s 3-line service that starts about 9 p.m. is matched every day with other transit agencies’ timetables.

BART’s schedule will change on Monday, February 14, 2022, with significant improvements to Sunday service. With this schedule change, BART will operate midnight service every night of the week.

Highlights include:

  • Extend service to midnight on Sundays
  • Run 5-line service every day (except for single-tracking Sundays) until about 9pm
  • Consistent 3-line service every day after 9pm
  • 4 trains an hour at SFO station on Sundays until 9pm
  • 15-minute even headways on the Yellow line as far as Pittsburg Bay Point on Saturdays until about 8pm
  • New transfer opportunity at Bay Fair for Dublin to Berryessa transfers every day
  • Improved connections with Caltrain at Millbrae on Sundays before 9pm
  • 12 single-tracking Sundays in 2022 when 3-line service will be provided

Some departure times will shift slightly. All riders are encouraged to look up their specific trips. The new schedule has been loaded into the Trip Planner and riders can start planning their trips. PDF timetables are also available.

View more information about BART’s upcoming schedule changes.

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