Share Tweet Email BART Share: Share Tweet Email FILE — BART General Manager Grace Crunican speaks at news conference on Oct. 17, 2013, in Oakland, Calif. Share: Share Tweet Email KGO OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) — BART General Manager Grace Crunican has announced that she will retire in July, according to a member of BART’s board of directors. Previously, Crunican served for eight years as the director of Seattle’s Department of Transportation. She also worked as a deputy in the federal transit administration. RELATED: BART Police Chief announces retirement after just two years on the job BART’s approval rating has hit a record low. Customer satisfaction was down to 56 percent this past year. A reinvestment plan called Horizon 2027 was aimed at improving the rider experience. This year there will be major changes like the Silicon Valley extension, a youth fare discount program, more than 40 new escalators, 24 new canopies, 1,200 new cars and possibly an ambassador program. Crunican said her last day will be on July 9. See more stories on BART. BART General Manager Grace Crunican just announced she will be retiring July 9. Grace has done so much for this agency over her eight years here… Read full this story
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