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A BART train pulls out of an above ground station. Cars whiz by alongside and the city of San Francisco looms in the background.

Why Doesn't BART Go More Places?

An empty plaza in mottled light from the shade of trees can be seen fenced off.

'The Fences Didn't Help': 24th Street Mission BART Vendors Brace for New Permit System Amid Crackdown on Sale of Stolen Goods

A bank of BART turnstiles under bright strip lighting in a BART station, with people photographed from the back approaching the turnstiles.

BART's Mask Mandate Reinstated — Which Other Bay Area Transit Agencies Still Require Masks?

A futuristic-looking train is on some tracks in a concrete tunnel. The tunnel’s ceiling is made up of slabs of concrete, so you can see the sky through it and long stripy shadows on the walls of the tunnel. It looks a little bit like a video game.

Beleaguered High-Speed Rail Project to Get Inspector General

Two men in dark blue stand in front of a car

Auto Mechanics Could Be Hardest Hit by California Car Mandate

Cartoon: a dirigible floats through the sky as a happy gold mining sourdough character jumps into the sky holding a pick ax and gold pan.

The Inventor and Artist Who Tried Starting the First Airline Service to SF ... in 1849

Cartoon: a BART system route map with colorful, tangled lines is titled, "route map for face masking." The lines are labeled, "BART, CA Dept. of Public Health, CDC, judicial system and right-wing activists."

Re-Requiring Face Masks

Cartoon: happy people celebrate around a "JFK Drive" sign in Golden Gate Park. The "drive" on the sign is crossed out and replaced with a list of "walk, cycle, skate, run, frolic, amble, anything but drive."

A Park for People, Not Cars

Cartoon: a man on a bus or train throws a face mask away while saying "hooray! Masks are strongly recommended!" A masked woman and child look on with concern.

Fast Track to Unmasking

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