SPUR Forum: BART: Bigger? Better? Both?

From SPUR:

BART is more popular than ever, but it recently turned 40 and is in need of reinvestment, while communities around the Bay Area want the system to extend further across the region. BART’s vision planning process aims to answer the difficult questions about what the region’s next investments in the system should be.

+ Val Menotti / BART
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