Fewer BART trains will be running Monday, with a reduced Sunday schedule in place for Labor Day.
Service will start around 8 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 3, according to BART.
Labor Day is also a BART parking holiday, meaning parking permit and fee requirements are not enforced in station parking facilities.
Before hopping aboard, plan your trip using BART's QuickPlanner.
Driving instead? Find the cheapest gas around town before you fill up, and check the holiday weekend traffic before you go.