'Screen Door' Pilot to Be Installed at Oakland BART Station
The 12th Street station in Oakland, California will provide an initial test of a rail transit safety technology known as screen doors. Screen doors are rare in the United States, but not in other parts of the world.
Op-Ed: BART Should Embrace Driverless Trains
Daniel Borenstein points out the irony that while the Bay Area may be the world's top tech hub, BART has no real plans to consider driverless trains.
First Look at Honolulu's New Driverless Rail Cars
The nation's first driverless train car was unveiled this week in Hawaii.
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