Scheduled to open in 2014, after breaking ground in 2009, the $890 million Warm Springs station and 5.4 mile track extension "is another example of BART's inability to deliver reliability and results," said Glazer.
"From fake security cameras, to failure to have spare parts for broken trains, to excessive overtime pay, to broken escalators and elevators, to strikes and pension shortfalls, BART's management failures are legendary. Now BART wants us to give them $3.5 Billion dollars in Measure RR when there is no track record of success or foundation of trust", Glazer concluded.
For more information, contact David Kersten at (916) 698-2805 or email@example.com
WHAT: Press Conference by Key Opponents of $3.5 Billion BART Bond Measure RR to Celebrate Non-Opening of Warm Springs Station and highlight BART's "inability to deliver results."
WHEN: Friday November 4th at 10:30am
WHERE: Warm Springs BART station at the corner of Warm Springs Blvd. and Warm Springs Street in Fremont.
CONTACT: David Kersten, phone (916) 698-2805, email: firstname.lastname@example.org