BART launched 10 new cars today from it's 'Fleet of the Future' project. So far they look amazing! Obviously, cleaner and with digital screens that show you where your going. Who's definitely going to be riding one this weekend? I know I'm gonna hop on one. More on the new train cars here.
Thrilled that the first new BART cars will begin carrying BART riders tomorrow! Huge improvements in the new cars - my favorite is 3 doors instead of 2 for quicker loading and spreading people throughout the cars. What's your favorite feature of the new cars? pic.twitter.com/C2c8a1orJG— Rebecca Saltzman (@RebeccaForBART) January 18, 2018
From left: Pauline, Verdale, Connie and Colette: The four most senior station agents at @SFBART ... all on the job for 40 years-plus. Guests of honor for today’s Fleet of the Future launch. #BART pic.twitter.com/H5hx5MdrbF— Dan Brekke (@danbrekke) January 19, 2018
My first time entering an in-service new @SFBART train, which is like nothing I’ve seen since taking BART as a kid. The average age of a BART train is 30 years old, which the agency says is the oldest among large domestic transit agencies https://t.co/RGdmI7jYGy pic.twitter.com/BEPMeesg1q— Ron Lin (@ronlin) January 19, 2018
It's been a long wait, but BART will roll out the first of the agency's brand new train cars today https://t.co/xmlEIJz315— KTVU (@KTVU) January 19, 2018