Transit agencies in Bay Area plan to add routes

09/1/2008 | American City Business Journals

The high cost of commuting in the Bay Area has led residents to look at public transportation, and several new projects are in the works. A ferry serving southern San Francisco and Oakland is scheduled to open in 2010, and BART is expanding its San Jose service. Caltrain, which has seen ridership jump by 48% since 2004, is also adding new routes from Redwood City to Newark.

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