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The Bay Area Rapid Transit system (BART) was, along with the WMATA in Washington D.C., one of the great centrally planned post-war rapid transit systems aimed at addressing the rise of the highway and auto-centric suburbs after World War II in the United States. Planning began in the 1950s for a unified high speed rail system that would serve both the dense inner cities of San Francisco and Oakland and their newly expanding low-rise suburbs. Stations would be spaced closer in the central business districts and further out in the suburbs.
Originally planned to connect Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties BART was scaled back when San Mateo dropped out in favor of commuter rail service and the Marin line was dropped due to engineering concerns about running a rail line over the Golden Gate Bridge. Construction began in 1964 and the initial segments began to come online in 1972 and the majority of the system opening by 1974.
The Richmond-Millbrae Line, also known as the Richmond Line, was the fourth line to open in the BART system starting limited service in 1976. Because the Richmond Line shares its entire route with other BART lines it stops operations at 8pm on weekdays and 7pm on Saturdays. Originally terminating at Daly City the line was extended south in 2004 to SFO/Millbrae when that extension was opened sharing the line with the Pittsburg/Bay Point–SFO/Millbrae Line.
Printed on Satin finish 80# cover stock – 220 GSM. Made in the USA! Standard production is 5 Days. Please allow more time for shipping.