UC San Francisco employees who ride Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to and from work should make contingency plans in preparation for a possible strike by BART labor unions.
Although BART officials and labor leaders continue bargaining, a strike may occur as early as Monday, July 1.
UCSF supervisors should talk with their staff about possible impacts on commutes and discuss options so that the campus and medical center can continue business as usual.
UCSF employees are encouraged to explore carpooling, vanpooling and telecommuting from home if operationally feasible, and/or working with their supervisors to arrange flexible work schedules temporarily.
In the event that the strike goes forward, the following are transportation resources and alternatives to BART:
- Transportation information can be found at Campus Life Services Transportation Services.
- Commuter tips are available by calling 511 and asking for “rideshare,” or visiting the website 511 SF Bay to find information about starting a carpool and schedules for buses and ferries. The 511.org website also has links to transit agency sites for more information on modified services.
Members of the UCSF community also can sign up for BART alerts.