It was finally announced last week that the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)'s Warm Springs/South Fremont station opened. The station will serve the San Francisco and Daly City line in California with four trains operating every hour. Originally expected for 2014, the start of service was delayed repeatedly. BART’s first 5.4-mile step closer to Silicon Valley. With beautiful, iconic glass artwork dominating the central rotunda and sweeping views of the East Bay mountains, the station is sure to become a fixture in the community for decades to come. Cyclists, pedestrians, buses and car users have easy access to drop-off points, with fully accessible zones and features for our disabled riders. Soon, Warm Springs will connect to Milpitas and Berryessa stations – leaving only a small stretch to go before San Jose is fully connected to the rest of the Bay Area.
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