This is the first season Oakland A fans can take BART from San Jose to the Coliseum, and it was especially appealing for Friday night’s game due to the post-game fireworks display.
But BART says he won’t run the trains late enough to get fans home after the fireworks. Because of this, the A’s have stopped ticket sales at 30,000 instead of the sale they were expecting.
BART says its late-night service will resume in two weeks, but right now it just doesn’t have the staff to run the trains this late. Fans should plan to be on the platform at 10:10 p.m. to catch the last train of the night.
The transit agency said on Thursday that full late-night service from 9 p.m. to midnight would resume on August 2, about a month earlier than expected.
When its service expands, BART’s closing time will return to midnight Monday through Saturday, while Sunday service will remain from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. to accommodate infrastructure improvement projects across the board. of the system.
Additionally, the agency plans to add limited night service for trains leaving downtown San Francisco on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays between July 15 and July 31. Night service in July will be in addition to the transit agency’s special service for The San Francisco Giants and Oakland A Night Games and will depart from Embarcadero and Civic Center stations in San Francisco at 11:30 p.m.
BART officials said the current plan to expand services in July and early August was made possible through cooperation with unions representing BART workers to speed up the agency’s hiring and training processes. .
BART still plans to add more trains to the system, reduce the time between trains during peak and off-peak times, and offer 50% off trips in September when passengers use a Clipper card.
More information, train times and departure times can be found on the BART website.