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If you are staying in fremont and want to reach the city (San Francisco) then BART is the only BEST option that one can have. Service is very nice. Trains are on time and are favourites among daily commuters visiting City for work.

PROS: Professiona service
CONS: Price is bit on higher side; no option of monthly pass (no discounts!)

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If you are staying in fremont and want to reach the city (San Francisco) then BART is the only BEST option that one can have. Service is very nice. Trains are on time and are favourites among daily commuters visiting City for work.

PROS: Professiona service
CONS: Price is bit on higher side; no option of monthly pass (no discounts!)

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I am not a fan of driving. I'm sure there are others that feel the same way. When I need to get across the Bay Bridge, I prefer BART. The ride is fast and smooth during non peak hours. The cost is reasonable because you don't have to put up with road rage, the cost of filling up your gas tank, traffic jams, etc. Some stations do charge for parking, so that's a drawback. There are shuttles that travel to and from stations to help you get to work or major shopping areas. You can also bring your bike during off peak hours without a problem.

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I am not a fan of driving. I'm sure there are others that feel the same way. When I need to get across the Bay Bridge, I prefer BART. The ride is fast and smooth during non peak hours. The cost is reasonable because you don't have to put up with road rage, the cost of filling up your gas tank, traffic jams, etc. Some stations do charge for parking, so that's a drawback. There are shuttles that travel to and from stations to help you get to work or major shopping areas. You can also bring your bike during off peak hours without a problem.

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I always take the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to get to school in San Francisco. They have a BART station within walking distance from my school. The trains are kept fairly clean since they dont allow food or drinks inside them and I feel safe enough to even fall asleep while riding it.

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I always take the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to get to school in San Francisco. They have a BART station within walking distance from my school. The trains are kept fairly clean since they dont allow food or drinks inside them and I feel safe enough to even fall asleep while riding it.

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There are several lines, running between Fremont, San Francisco (to Milbrae), Richmond, Pittsburg/Bay Point and Dublin/Pleasanton. Fare depends on how far youre traveling. There are occasional delays, but service is normally on time. BART is a great asset for traveling, especially for commuters or for those going to events at the Oakland Coliseum, but getting to the airport is a bit of a hassle- it takes an hour to get to San Francisco International, and you have to pay an additional $2 to take a shuttle at Oakland.

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There are several lines, running between Fremont, San Francisco (to Milbrae), Richmond, Pittsburg/Bay Point and Dublin/Pleasanton. Fare depends on how far youre traveling. There are occasional delays, but service is normally on time. BART is a great asset for traveling, especially for commuters or for those going to events at the Oakland Coliseum, but getting to the airport is a bit of a hassle- it takes an hour to get to San Francisco International, and you have to pay an additional $2 to take a shuttle at Oakland.

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For those that lack automobiles or want to avoid the traffic and high priced parking of San Francisco, BART provides an easy way to travel into the city. Going from the Fremont station to San Francisco takes about 45 minutes, and it costs about $8 for a round trip.
There is even service to the San Francisco airport, though the trains there are more limited. The cars are generally clean, though they can be quite crowded during rush hour and the stations are a bit more sketchy at night.

PROS: convenience
CONS: higher and higher prices

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★★★☆☆

For those that lack automobiles or want to avoid the traffic and high priced parking of San Francisco, BART provides an easy way to travel into the city. Going from the Fremont station to San Francisco takes about 45 minutes, and it costs about $8 for a round trip.
There is even service to the San Francisco airport, though the trains there are more limited. The cars are generally clean, though they can be quite crowded during rush hour and the stations are a bit more sketchy at night.

PROS: convenience
CONS: higher and higher prices

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