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    Published Sunday, January 4, 2009, by Bay City News SF: ELEVATOR ENCLOSURE PROJECT BEGINNING AT FOUR BART STATIONS Bay Area Rapid Transit is beginning a major
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 6, 2009
      Published Sunday, January 4, 2009, by Bay City News

      SF: ELEVATOR ENCLOSURE PROJECT BEGINNING AT FOUR BART STATIONS

      Bay Area Rapid Transit is beginning a major elevator replacement
      project Monday at four stations in San Francisco, according to BART
      officials.

      Crews will be replacing the street-level elevator enclosures at the
      Civic Center, Embarcadero, Montgomery and Powell Street BART/Muni
      Metro stations, according to BART officials, who say the project
      is necessary to extend the life of the equipment and improve its
      reliability.

      The entire project is anticipated to last until April 2010. The
      elevator at the Civic Center station will be the first one closed,
      and will be shut down until April.

      The Embarcadero elevator will be closed from May to August, the
      Montgomery Street elevator will be closed from September to December,
      and the Powell Street elevator will be closed from January 2010 to
      April 2010, according to BART officials.

      Although customers will have no elevator service to the street level,
      escalators will remain in service, and BART will increase preventative
      maintenance to reduce escalator breakdowns during the closures.

      Customers relying on the elevators to enter and exit at Civic Center
      during the closure should exit at Powell Street BART or Van Ness Muni
      stations, according to BART officials.

      For more information about the project or transit alternatives,
      contact BART at (415) 989-BART, BART Paratransit Accessible Services
      at (510) 464-6184, or TTY for the hearing impaired at (510) 839-2220.
      Passengers can also get online information at http://www.bart.gov
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