BART will offer extended services past 1 a.m. for revelers traveling home after New Year’s Eve, the transit authority announced on Monday.
On Dec. 31, BART will continue its standard services until midnight, and then the Yellow, Blue and Orange lines will continue operating past 1 a.m. The trains will stop at all the usual stations, except for at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and the Oakland International Airport (OAK).
BART advises that customers obtain a digital clipper card on their mobile phone and load funds onto it before heading to the station, as long lines are anticipated.
BART’s Trip Planner has already been updated to include travel information on the extended transit lines. Extra train events with direct service to Dublin, Richmond and Berryessa will be announced on the BART website on New Year’s Eve based on availability.
Some key times to plan around include:
- The last East Bay-bound train running through downtown San Francisco will be at around 1:30 a.m.
- The last southbound train heading toward Millbrae will run through downtown San Francisco at 2:10 a.m.
- Extra event trains will run during the last hour of service to provide direct service.
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