BART to hold second seating lab at San Francisco State University 

BART passengers grossed out by the agency’s current seats will have a chance to test out and add feedback on a set of new designs that could replace the system’s current cloth chairs.

The agency will hold the second of nine planned “seating labs” at the San Francisco State University Campus on Wednesday. Passengers will be able to kick back and relax on an array of different seats at the meeting, which will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

BART will eventually replace all 669 trains in its fleet — a $3.4 billion project — and feedback from passengers will be essential in determining what kind of seats will be in those new trains.

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