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Mission Bay News & Updates

BART Mask Requirement Ends October 2nd

BART’s current mask requirement ends October 1st. The first day masks will not be required is October 2nd.

BART strongly encourages riders to continue to wear masks in the system. Free masks will continue to be available at Station Agent booths and from BART PD personnel.

BART may reimpose a mask mandate within the paid areas of the BART system if any of the following conditions are met:

  • A local health officer reinstates indoor masking in any of the five counties served by BART (Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara)
  • The California Department of Public Health reinstates an indoor masking requirement.
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or Transportation Security Administration imposes a masking mandate.
  • Any U.S. metropolitan area outside the Bay Area experiences a COVID-19 surge as defined by the CDC. A surge is defined as any spike in case reports that may overwhelm the local points of care.

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BART Mask Mandate extended

BART has reinstated the mask mandate that expired on July 18th. The mask mandate will be in effect until Oct. 1st. The policy requires all riders to wear masks that cover the nose and mouth. Free masks are available at station agent booths and from all safety staff for those who need one. Children ages two and under as well as people with medical conditions that prevent them from wearing masks are exempt from the mandate.

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Note: The Mission Bay Shuttle strongly urges transit riders to continue to mask for their own, and the ongoing safety of others.

BART Rides Half Off in September

In celebration of their 50th Anniversary, BART fares will be 50% off during the month of September.

  • The discount is only available when using Clipper.
  • The reduced fare will be automatically deducted when using Clipper at fare gates
  • Clipper is currently offering free Clipper cards when you add a new card in Apple Wallet or Google Pay
  • The card is also free if you order it online and set up automatic reloading.
  • There is a one-time $3 fee to purchase a new Clipper card from a BART station vending machine.
  • Promotion is stackable with other Clipper discounts. (Proof of eligibility is required, therefore, they are not available at station vending machines.)

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Masks once again required on BART

On April 28, the BART Board of Directors approved a temporary amendment to the District’s Code of Conduct to require riders to wear masks in paid areas of the system with limited exceptions. This requirement applies to trains and all portions of stations beyond the fare gates. Children ages two and under as well as people with medical conditions that prevent them from wearing masks are exempt from the mandate. The rule is effective until July 18, 2022, unless it is extended by the BART Board.

Free masks are available at station agent booths and from all safety staff. As with the previous federal mandate, BART PD will continue its education-based enforcement of the mask requirement by offering free masks to anyone who needs one before taking any enforcement action which could include a citation up to $75 or being ejected from the paid area.

BART has installed MERV 14 (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) air filters on all train cars. These filters are dense enough to trap the virus and provide an extra layer of protection to riders. Air is replaced every 70 seconds onboard cars mixing filtered air with fresh air. That means the circulation on BART train cars is better than most offices. In addition, all BART employees are fully vaccinated.

Please note: The Mission Bay Shuttle strongly urges transit riders to continue to mask for their own, and the ongoing safety of others.

Labor Day Holiday

Mission Bay Shuttle will be closed September 5th in observance of the Labor Day Holiday.

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