An Unspoken Guide to Riding BART

15 min
The BART platform at Embarcadero Station in San Francisco. (Ericka Cruz Guevarra/KQED)

When our new editor Alan Montecillo moved to the Bay Area earlier this month he noticed that people loved talking about BART. It's one of the few spaces where people from all over the Bay Area are forced to be around each other. (If fact, we did a whole episode on why BART has been the epicenter of so many contentious political and social conversations in the Bay). BART riders have developed their own culture and etiquette around riding the train. So to catch Alan up to speed, we got some help from BART riders on their morning commute.

Guest: Alan Montecillo, editor of The Bay

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