It is currently 7:00 a.m., 59° headed towards the high 60s.
Drivers returning from Labor Day had a chance to see the new Eastern Span of the Bay Bride, which opened last night. It looks pretty shinny:
— TerryMcSweeney (@TerryMcSweeney) September 3, 2013
This means BART will return to its regular hours after providing around-the-clock service for five days.
BART carried about 15% more each day compared to the 2009 Labor Day weekend bridge closure in 2009. During that five-day Bay Bridge closure, BART ridership was up about 30%, or 230,000 extra trips, compared to the same five-day period in 2008, when there was no bridge closure.
Here’s what’s happening around the Mission:
Socketsite put together a map showing the top ten areas for future development plans. The Mission barely makes the top ten with 930 units on the pipeline. (Socketsite).