Bay Area

Preventing the Next Nightmare Commute

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Thursday morning's BART-disabling fire created chaos for hundreds of thousands of stranded commuters. The travel disruptions raise an old issue: how to provide more capacity and expand transportation alternatives when key facilities like BART or the Bay Bridge are suddenly unavailable.
Host Cy Musiker talks with Rod Diridon, executive director for the Mineta Transportation Institute at San Jose State University and former chair of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
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