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Used Parts Delay South Bay BART Project For Months

ANTIOCH (KPIX) – KPIX 5 first reported that used parts were installed in crucial sections of the BART line to San Jose. Now we’re learning used parts were used on another high-profile BART project in the South Bay and could delay its opening for months. 390 more words

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BART Faces Backlash Over Bill Giving It Authority To Develop New Housing At Stations

DUBLIN (KPIX 5) — There’s a backlash to BART plans for new housing at some of its stations around the Bay Area. Suburban communities are worried they could get “big-timed” by the transit agency. 337 more words

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BART Unveils Plans For Oakland Multi-Use Complex

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Bay Area Rapid Transit officials have unveiled plans for a massive redevelopment project that it hopes will revitalize Oakland’s Chinatown neighborhood. 295 more words

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PCS to Eden - Escape from New York

“We can’t keep going like this,” Bart heaved.

It wasn’t every day that you saw a Dominion struggle to draw breath, but today was that day for Ava and her small team. 2,111 more words

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BART Board Approves Stronger Surveillance Oversight, Lake Merritt Housing

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – BART’s Board of Directors approved a new ordinance governing oversight of surveillance technology as well as a new transit-oriented residential and commercial real estate development near the Lake Merritt Station during a busy meeting Thursday morning in Oakland. 603 more words

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BART Denies Sharing License Plate Photos With ICE Database

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — BART fought back Thursday against previously reported claims that it has been sharing information with federal immigration agents.

In a statement, the BART police chief denied the allegations, stating that the information, which was inadvertently sent to the Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC), was not shared with ICE. 146 more words

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Report: BART Sent License Plate Info To Database Accessed By ICE

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — A citizens’ group in Oakland said that BART put lives at risk when it confessed that it sent license plate numbers to a database that ICE could access, despite the fact that the Board of Directors told them not to do so. 444 more words

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