Bay Area Rapid Transit District

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Bart logo A.png

Area served San Francisco Bay Area, CA
District Creation 1957
Opening Day 9/11/1972
Weekday Ridership 413,100

Bay Area Rapid Transit or BART is a rapid transit, heavy rail system serving the San Francisco Bay Area. It links San Francisco with surrounding municipalities in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties.

Historical timeline

Bart logo 1971-a.png
Logo as used on Prototype cars, 1971

1950s

  • July 25, 1951 - California Legislature creates special Rapid Transit commission to study Bay Area transportation problems.
  • June 4, 1957 - California Legislature approves creation of five-county Bay Area Rapid Transit District.
  • November 14, 1957 - District officially activated with first Directors meeting

1960s

  • April 12, 1964 - San Mateo County Supervisors officially withdraw the county from District, citing high property taxes and the existing Southern Pacific commuter line as reasons.
  • June 19, 1964 - President Lyndon B. Johnson presides over groundbreaking of Diablo Test Track.
  • January 24, 1966 - Construction starts on downtown Oakland subway.
  • July 25, 1967 - Construction starts on Market Street subway, San Francisco.
  • April 1969 - Last section of Transbay Tube placed

1970s

  • July 23, 1971 - Last rail laid outside Lafayette
  • September 11, 1972 - Operations begin from MacArthur to Fremont stations (Orange Line).
  • September 27, 1972 - President Richard M. Nixon rides BART from San Leandro station to Lake Merritt station.
  • October 2, 1972 - "Fremont Flyer" incident: Car 143 overruns end of track at Fremont station, landing in a parking lot.
  • October 11, 1972 - Dedication of BART system by Secretary of Transportation John A. Volpe at Lake Merritt Station.
  • January 29, 1973 - Orange line extended from MacArthur to Richmond.
  • May 21, 1973 - Opened Yellow line from Concord to 12th St.
  • August 11, 1973 - First train traverses Transbay Tube at 70 mph.
  • November 3, 1973 - Opened Montgomery St.-Daly City on Yellow line (shuttle)
  • June 16, 1974 - Yellow line thru route from Concord to Daly City (opened Transbay Tube)
  • September 16, 1974 - Began Green line Monday-Saturday daytime service from Fremont-Daly City.
  • January 1, 1976 - Began Service 6AM - Midnight, Monday-Friday
  • April 19, 1976 - Began Red line service Monday-Friday rush hour from Richmond-Daly City.
  • June 7, 1976 - Added Red line service Monday-Friday midday and Saturday daytime from Richmond-Daly City.
  • May 27, 1976 - Embarcadero Station opens (34th, and last original station)
  • July 2, 1978 - Start of regular Sunday 8 A.M. to midnight service.
  • January 17, 1979 - Train on fire in Transbay Tube, kills one firefighter and destroys 6 cars.
  • April 5, 1979 - Transbay service resumes

1980s

  • October 25, 1980 - Direct Saturday Richmond-Daly City Service starts
  • November 1983 - First Sunday Shoppers Specials, Green and Red line on Sunday (4 departures each line)
  • March 17, 1986 - MX/CX Track Opens
  • 1987/1988 - Oakland West station renamed to West Oakland
  • April 24, 1987 - 3 AM Opening on Sunday for Golden Gate Bridge 50th Celebration
  • October 17, 1989 - 24 hour service post Loma Prieta Earthquake/due to Bay Bridge shutdown
  • December 3, 1989 - End Owl service
  • December 10, 1989 - Sunday opening at 8 AM

1990s

  • May 2, 1993 - Start of double header weekend service with skip stops
  • July 10, 1995 - Began Blue line Monday-Friday rush hour service from Concord-Bay Fair.
  • July 24, 1995 - Extended Blue service from Bay Fair to South Hayward
  • December 16, 1995 - Yellow line extended from Concord to Martinez and also with Blue line service during Monday-Friday rush hour.
  • February 24, 1996 - Yellow line extended from Daly City to Colma and also with Red line service during Monday-Friday rush hour.
  • December 7, 1996 - Yellow line extended from Martinez to Pittsburg also with Blue line service during Monday-Friday rush hour.
  • May 9, 1997 - Replaced Monday-Friday rush hour Blue line service from Pittsburg to South Hayward with a new route, Dublin to Daly City
  • January 14, 1999 - Unveiled the first of its completely renovated transit cars (B2 cars) at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 12th St

2000s

  • June 22, 2003
    • Blue line extended from Daly City to San Francisco Airport.
    • Yellow line extended from Daly City to Millbrae.
    • Began Purple line from Millbrae to San Francisco Airport Shuttle.
    • Red line cut back from Colma to Daly City during Monday-Friday rush hour.
  • February 9, 2004
    • Yellow line rerouted to San Francisco Airport and extended to Millbrae on Monday-Friday midday, evening and weekends.
    • Red line extended from Daly City to San Francisco Airport via Millbrae during Monday-Friday rush hour only.
    • Blue line cut back from San Francisco Airport to Daly City.
    • Purple line eliminated.
  • September 13, 2004
    • Yellow line extended from San Francisco Airport to Millbrae during Monday-Friday rush hour.
    • Rerouted Red line during Monday-Friday rush hour to Millbrae via San Francisco Airport.
  • September 12, 2005
    • Yellow and Red lines cut back to Daly City.
    • Blue line extended from Daly City to Millbrae via San Francisco Airport.
  • September 22, 2005
    • Extended Red line from Daly City to Colma during Monday-Friday rush hour.
  • January 1, 2008
    • Re-extended Yellow line from Daly City to San Francisco Airport.
    • Red line extended from Daly City/Colma during daytime and to Millbrae direct during rush hour.
    • Blue line cut back from Millbrae to Daly City during daytime, with evenings and weekends to Millbrae direct.
  • September 14, 2009
    • Yellow line extended from San Francisco Airport to Millbrae during evenings and weekends.
    • Blue line cut back from Millbrae to Daly City during evenings and weekends.

2010's

  • July 1, 2013
    • BART Strike (7/1-7/4 2013)
  • October 18, 2013
    • BART Strike
  • November 21, 2014
    • Automated guideway opened from Coliseum BART Station to Oakland International Airport.
  • March 25th, 2017
    • Warm Springs/South Fremont Station Opens
  • May 26, 2018
    • eBART opened from Antioch–Pittsburg station to Antioch station

2020's

  • April 8, 2020
    • Service reduced to 30 minute headways, all lines.
  • June 13th, 2020
    • BART Extends into Santa Clara County with 2 new stops at Milpitas and Berryessa/North San Jose.
  • January 11, 2021
    • BART Holds acceptance of new cars
  • March 22, 2021
    • Saturday service reduced to 3 lines (cancelled red and green lines).
  • August 3, 2021
    • Service increased the 15 minute headways, all lines during weekday daytime. Yellow line runs on 15 minute headway on Saturdays.

Fares

Current

Lines/Stations

System Map

Line Description/Destinations
Blue Dublin/Pleasanton - Daly City (Monday-Sunday), On Some Sundays, Trains terminate at Montgomery Street.
Green Berryessa/North San Jose - Daly City (Monday-Saturday daytime)
Orange Berryessa/North San Jose - Richmond (Monday-Sunday)
Red Richmond-Daly City (Monday-Saturday daytime), extended to Millbrae (Monday-Friday daytime)
Yellow Antioch - San Francisco Int'l Airport (Monday-Sunday), extended to Millbrae (Evenings & weekends). Transfer from eBART to regular BART at the Pittsburg/Bay Point Transfer Platform.

BART Express Lines

  • J - Hercules/Viewpointe - El Cerrito Del Norte BART
  • JX - Hercules - El Cerrito Del Norte BART
  • Q - Pinole - El Cerrito Del Norte BART
  • Z - Martinez Amtrak - El Cerrito Del Norte BART
  • M - Martinez Amtrak - Concord BART - Downtown Martinez
  • ME - Martinez Amtrak - North Concord BART
  • P -
  • P1 - Pittsburg - Concord BART - Brentwood?
  • PE - Hillcrest P & R - North Concord BART
  • PE1 - Brentwood P&R - North Concord BART
  • PX - Concord BART - Antioch/Pittsburg
  • P1X - Antioch/Pittsburg - Concord BART
  • P2X - Brentwood P&R - North Concord BART. To Concord BART originally
  • D - Dublin - Walnut Creek BART - San Ramon/Danville/Alamo
  • DX - Pleasanton - Walnut Creek BART - Bishop Ranch, Diablo
  • DX1 - Hacienda Business Park - Walnut Creek BART Hwy 680
  • DUX -
  • U - Livermore - Hayward BART - Dublin, Pleasanton
  • UL - Livermore Natl Lab Bay Fair BART
  • UP - Hacienda Business Park - Bay Fair BART
  • US - San Ramon via Dublin. Express
  • UX - Hacienda Park & Ride - Bay Fair BART. Nonstop
  • FX - Hayward BART - Alameda County Fair Express

Facilities

Yards

Name Address Current Car
Assignment
Notes
Hayward Yard 150 Sandoval Way, Hayward Green Line
Orange Line
Hayward Maintenance Complex (HMC) project consists of larger primary repair shop, component repair shop, vehicle overhaul shop, central parts warehouse, and maintenance and engineer­ing repair shop. Planning underway on expansion of storage tracks on adjacent lot to current shop/yard.
Richmond Yard 1101 13th Street, Richmond Red Line
Orange Line
Concord Yard 1045 San Miguel Rd, Concord Yellow Line
Red Line
Daly City Yard 255 D Street, Colma Blue Line

Rail fleet

Present EMU Fleet

For Rohr Cars before the 1998-2002 rebuilding, see "Historical Rohr Fleet"

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Motors Notes


1164,
1195, 1203-1206,
1208, 1210, 1212,
1218-1220, 1223,
1225-1236,
1238-1239,
1241-1245,
1247-1250
Bay Area Rapid Transit 1243-a.jpg 1973 (Original)
2000-2001 (Overhaul)
Rohr A-2 Adtranz 1507C AC Motor
  • Ex 164, 195, 203-206, 208, 210, 212, 218-220, 223, 225-236, 238-239, 241-245, 247-250.
  • 1164 ex 164 was Hayward Test Track Engineering Car
  • 1208 Scrapped 8/18/2020
1251-1267,
1269-1270, 1272,
1274-1276
Bay Area Rapid Transit 1276-a.png 1975 (Original)
2001-2002 (Overhaul)
Rohr A-2 Adtranz 1507C AC Motor
  • Ex 251-267, 269-270, 272, 274-276.



1501-1510,
1512-1546,
1548-1580,
1582-1607,
1609-1645,
1647-1675,
1677-1682,
1684-1774
Bay Area Rapid Transit 1575-a.jpg 1971-1975 (Original)
1998-2002 (Overhaul)
Rohr B-2 Adtranz 1507C AC Motor
  • Ex 501-510, 512-546, 548-580, 582-607, 609-645, 647-675, 677-682, 684-774.
  • Car Orders: 1st Order: 501-600; 2nd: 601-700; 3rd 701-774
  • 1501-1503 - Built 1971
  • 1504-1549 - Built 1972
  • 1550-1623 - Built 1973
  • 1624-1723 - Built 1974
  • 1724-1774 - Built 1975
  • 1501-1503 Former Prototype cars
  • 1501 is the oldest car left running in BART service
  • 1504 was part of the Nixon trainset and ran on Day 1, 9/11/1972


1801-1835 1971-1975 (Original)
1978-1982 (A to B Conversion)
1998-2002 (Overhaul)
Rohr B-2 Adtranz 1507C AC Motor
  • Ex 801-835.
  • 1801, ex 801, first car converted (ex 147), named the "Pride of the Fleet," christened on May 6, 1978 and sent into revenue service.
  • 1826, ex 826, nee 143 is the "Fremont Flyer" - overran Fremont station and landed in parking lot, 10/2/1972
  • 1832, ex 832, nee 197 survived the Tube Fire in 1/1979
  • 1834, ex 834, nee 120 - President Richard Nixon rode car 120 in 9/1972
1836-1837 1973 (Original)
1993 (A to B Conversion)
2000 (Overhaul)
Rohr B-2 Adtranz 1507C AC Motor
  • Ex 836-837


1838-1913 1971-1975 (Original)
1998-2002 (Conversion/Overhaul)
Rohr B-2 Adtranz 1507C AC Motor
  • Converted and Rebuilt from A cars.
  • 1887 is ex 107, once the only surviving prototype A car


301-450 Bay Area Rapid Transit 355-a.jpg 1985, 1987-1990 Alstom C-1 Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • 301-304 (1st) were 1985 prototypes. They were later replaced by 301-304 (2nd)
  • Final assembly in Union City, CA
3001-3310 Bay Area Rapid Transit new train car mock-up-a.jpg 2015-2022 Bombardier/Alstom D IEC Holden, AC Motors
  • Cab cars
  • 3001-3004 were Prototype Cars
  • 3061 was the first Fleet of the Future Car built in California
4001-4465 2015-2022 Bombardier/Alstom E IEC Holden, AC Motors
  • Non-cab cars
  • 4001-4006 were Prototype Cars

Historical Rohr / Retired Fleet

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
101 (1st), 102 (1st), 103, 104 (1st), 105, 106 (1st), 107 Bay Area Rapid Transit 105-a.jpg 1970-1971 Rohr A Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • Prototype cars for pre-revenue testing.
  • 101, 102, 104, 106 were scrapped after the completion of the prototype program, and replaced by production cars of the same number.
  • 103,105 were written off in a collision at Coliseum on November 2, 1971.
  • Car 107 was rebuilt by Rohr post testing and entered service. Cab is preserved at Rio Vista. It was later rebuilt into an 800 series B car, then into an 1800 series B2 car.[1]
101 (2nd), 102 (2nd), 104 (2nd), 106 (2nd), 108-250 Bay Area Rapid Transit 144-a.png 1972-1973 Rohr A Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • 101 (2nd), 102 (2nd), 104 (2nd), 106 (2nd) were replacements for cars of the same number used in the prototype testing program.
  • 35 A cars rebuilt to B cars by BART Hayward Shop in 1978-83, renumbered 801-835.
  • 191 & 246 rebuilt/converted to B cars by Delaware Car Works in 1993 and renumbered 836-837.
  • President Richard Nixon rode car 120 in 9/1972
  • 143 is the "Fremont Flyer" - overran Fremont station and landed in parking lot, 10/2/1972
  • 152 written off in collision with HiRail (fatal to Hirail passenger) 544 on 1/19/75
  • 164 was Hayward Test Track Engineering Car
  • 184 written off in Tube Fire 1/17/1979
  • 164, 195, 203-206, 208, 210, 212, 218-220, 223, 225-236, 238-239, 241-245, 247-250 were rebuilt by Bombardier in 1998-2002, renumbered by retaining original number and adding 1000. In addition, 66 A cars were converted by Bombardier to B2 cars, renumbered 1838-1913.
251-276 1975 Rohr A Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • Second order A cars (third Rohr order) delivered with Air Horn, different cab visor, and without ATC Equipment.
  • 253 was the Last new Rohr car to be placed in service, 8/8/79
  • 251-267, 269-270, 272, 274-276 rebuilt by Bombardier in 1998-2002, renumbered by retaining original number and adding 1000. In addition, 66 A cars were rebuilt by Bombardier to B cars, renumbered 1838-1913.
501-774 Bay Area Rapid Transit 501-a.jpg 1971-1975 Rohr B Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • Car Orders: 1st Order: 501-600; 2nd: 601-700; 3rd 701-774
  • 501-503 - Built 1971
  • 504-549 - Built 1972
  • 550-623 - Built 1973
  • 624-723 - Built 1974
  • 724-774 - Built 1975
  • 501-503 Former Prototype cars
  • 501 is likely the oldest car left running in BART service
  • 503 was part of the Nixon trainset and ran on Day 1, 9/11/1972
  • 511 burned (arson) 12/12/1979
  • 547 Minor burn damage from Tube fire, but structurally compromised. Used for full scale fire testing in late 1980, by McDonnell-Douglas in Anaheim, California
  • 581, 608, 646, 683 written off in Tube Fire 1/15/1979
  • 676 written off in wye derailment 12/17/1992
  • 501-510, 512-546, 548-580, 582-607, 609-645, 647-675, 677-682, 684-774 rebuilt by Adtranz/Bombardier in 1998-2002, renumbered by retaining original number and adding 1000.
801-835 1972-1973 (Original)
1978-1982 (Conversion)
Rohr B Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • Converted to B cars from damaged A cars by BART Hayward Shops
  • 801, first car converted (ex 147), named the "Pride of the Fleet," christened on May 6, 1978 and sent into revenue service.
  • 826, ex 143 was the "Fremont Flyer" - overran Fremont station and landed in parking lot, 10/2/1972
  • 832, ex 197 survived the Tube Fire in 1/1979
  • 834 ex 120 - President Richard Nixon rode this car in 9/1972
  • Rebuilt again by Adtranz/Bombardier and renumbered 1801-1835 (B2 Cars).
836-837 1973 (Original)
1993 (Conversion)
Rohr B Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • Ex-191 & 246
  • Converted and rebuilt from A cars by Delaware Car Works in 1993.
  • Rebuilt again by Adtranz and renumbered 1836-1837 (B2 Cars).


2501-2580 Bay Area Rapid Transit 2532-a.jpg 1994-1996 Morrison-Knudsen C-2 Westinghouse 1463 DC Motor
  • Ordered 3/17/1992
  • Final assembly in Hornell, NY and Pittsburg, CA
  • 2528 was decommissioned and sold to Schnitzer Steel for scrap on 11/8/2019. It was the 1st of 10 cars to be replaced by the Fleet of the Future D Cars.[2]
  • All remaining C2 Cars stored starting April 2020
  • All scrapped by 8/2021

AGT fleet

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Notes
1.3-4.3 Bay Area Rapid Transit OAC 3-a.JPG 2014 DCC Doppelmayr Cable Car Cable Car

Diesel Multiple Unit Fleet

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
101-108 Bay Area Rapid Transit eBART 103-a.JPG 2016 Stadler Rail GTW Used for eBART services

Non-Revenue Rail Fleet

Formerly called Power & Way, currently named Maintenance & Engineering/NRVE. Used only on the conventional BART system.

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Notes
5000 1971 Plymouth CR-8 Diesel-Hydraulic
  • First new/ordered BART locomotive.
  • Assisted in Transbay Tube Fire repair/recovery
5001-5002 2016 Kernshaw KBR-925 Ballast Regulator
5002 1963 Plymouth DMD-24 Diesel
  • Used for carbody repair work movements at Richmond yard
  • Number conflicts with Kernshaw Ballast Regulator
5003-5004? 2020? Plasser PTS-62 Track Stabilizer
5005 2016 Plasser-American Metro 4x4 Tamper
5013 1979 Plymouth CR-8 Diesel-Hydraulic
5015 1987 Geismar Ribbon Rail Train N/A
5026-5031 c.1972 Maxon Ballast Car N/A
5045-5046 c.1972 Maxon Flat Car N/A
5050 1982 Plasser EM110c Detroit Diesel
5053 1989 Kernshaw Ballast Regulator
5056 Plasser Roadmaster 2000 Tamper
5059 1999 Harsco 2400 Tamper
5061 1994 Plasser PMC50 Power Flat
5062-5064 2007, 2008 Loram Rail Grinder
5064-5065 Spot Tamper
5066-5068 2011 Brandt Power Flat
5100 2021 MerMec Roger 600
  • Delivered in January 2022

Historical Non-Revenue Rail Fleet

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
A, B, C 1965 Budd/Western Pacific Laboratory Car Various
  • Built for operation on Diablo Test Track
  • Evaluation of various types of trucks, wheels, propulsion systems, brake systems, couplers, gear boxes, ATC systems, and current collectors
  • Car A nicknamed “Agnes,”
  • Car B nicknamed “Betsey”
  • Car C nicknamed “Claire”/"Clara"
  • Last stored seen in 1980s
55,99 1948/1950 Whitcomb 70 Tonner
  • Owned and used by Dravo in construction of original BART system
  • Abandoned/donated to BART after completion of construction
  • Last seen in 1980s, scrapped in 1990s.
5006-5008 2018-2019 RELCO 6-132-4 Cummins
QSX15
  • Used for Transbay Tube retrofit project
5070-5083 2018-2019 RELCO MVC40 / MVC50
Flat Cars
  • Used for Transbay Tube retrofit project

AirBART

AirBART was a shuttle bus service that operates between Oakland International Airport and Coliseum/Oakland Airport station. The wheelchair accessible buses served Terminal 1 and 2 and stops on San Leandro Boulevard at the BART station. AirBART was replaced by the BART Oakland Airport Connector (OAC) line on November 22, 2014.

Retired Fleet

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
2091-2095 2009 ElDorado National Axess CNG Cummins ISL9 Owned by Port of Oakland
9801-9805 Oakland International Airport 9804-a.jpg 1998 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G18D102N4
Cummins ISC Voith D864.3
  • Owned by Port of Oakland.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.

BART Express

BART Express bus service was provided to Pittsburg/Antioch/Brentwood, Dublin/Pleasanton/Livermore/San Ramon, Martinez, and Hercules/Pinole areas from the 1970s to 1990s. It was contracted to AC Transit (1974?/1975-1989), and Laidlaw Transit Services, Inc. (1989-1997).

There is no relation with the current BART Early Bird Express service, which provides 4:00 AM bus service to select stations in leiu of 4:00 AM rail service.

AC Transit Retired Fleet

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
1700-1859 1947 GMC TDH-4507 Detroit Diesel 6-71 Spicer
1860-1874 Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District 1874-a.jpg 1948 GMC TDH-4507 Detroit Diesel 6-71 Spicer
8000-8035 Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District 8011-a.jpg 1975 Flxible 53102-8-1 Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison VS2-8
  • Originally ordered for BART Express service.
  • Some units were repainted into the regular AC Transit Livery and used for other routes in the early 1980's upon the arrival of the 1000 series Flyers.
  • 8007 was replaced with a 2nd 8007.
  • 1 unit was retrofitted with a wheelchair lift circa 1981.[3]
  • 8008 was involved in a major accident, but was repaired.
  • 8014 & 8016 were destroyed accidents circa 1982.
  • Retired in 1984.
  • 8030 was involved in an accident and was retained post-1984 due to a legal hold. It was spotted in service in the late 1980's and was the last active unit.[4]
  • All units (excluding 8014, 8016 & 8030) were initially sold to Metro Apple Express in New York, NY & 1 other agency in 1984.
    • 3 units were spotted in Red Hook Brooklyn, NY in 2007. Their current statuses remain unknown.
1097-1099 & 1150 1980-1981 Flyer D901
(10240)
Cummins VTB-903 Allison V730
  • Entered service in early 1981.
  • 1097-1099 & 1150 were used for BART Express service until circa 1990.
  • Retired in 1994-1997.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.
1500-1549 1984 Gillig Phantom 40'
(40TB966V92)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747
  • Originally ordered for BART Express service.
  • 1508, 1519, 1527, 1529, 1533 & 1538 became Bear Transit units circa 2001.
  • Retired in 2003-2004.
  • 1501 was kept by AC Transit likely as a potential historic bus, but was eventually scrapped circa 2013.
  • Many units were bought by Transit Sales International.
    • Some units were later spotted in Tijuana, Mexico.
  • Some units were bought by Zacher's Auto Salvage in Harbor City, CA.
    • 1503 & 1520 was spotted in 2004. They remained until circa 2007 and were scrapped.
    • 1539 was spotted on 6/27/2006.[5]

Laidlaw Retired Fleet

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
19087-19131 BART Express 19115, 19131, 19127-a.jpg 1988 Gillig Phantom 40'
(40/102TB/6V92T)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747
Allison HTB-748
  • Retired in 1997.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.

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