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San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District: Billions Are Needed to Repair and Replace Infrastructure, Yet Availability of Funding Is Uncertain
Elaine M. Howle (ed)
The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) -- the fifth largest heavy-rail transit system in the U.S., with a weekday average of 400,000 users -- faces uncertainty regarding how it plans to pay for all $9.6 billion in capital improvement and reinvestment projects it has identified. Further, BARTäó»s fiscal situation leaves little room for additional revenue allocations from its operating budget to address these underfunded capital projects, requiring it to seek funding through bonds, tax increases, or other means. Contents of this report: BART must secure additional funding sources for the projects; BARTäó»s past financial projections were accurate, and current projections appear reasonable; There are no significant issues with BARTäó»s workersäó» compensation administrator; BART did not deny employees their original positions after recovering from injuries and did not inappropriately use contract employees. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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