BART commuters take ferry on first day of strike
on October 19, 2013
When BART unions went on strike Friday at midnight, San Francisco Bay Ferry workers jumped into action four hours later in anticipation of the increase in ferry commuters. Jack London Square in Oakland was one of the ferry terminals that increased their services in response to the strike. In this video, three Oakland residents who typically use BART talk to Oakland North about commuting to work on a boat.
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