Restrooms have reopened at BART’s Montgomery Street and Lake Merritt stations in San Francisco and Oakland, the latest reopening of facilities that had been closed since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

BART officials announced the reopening Tuesday of the underground restrooms, which now have attendants who will be there during all hours that the stations are open.

The transit agency closed restrooms at 10 of its subterranean stations following the 2001 terrorist attacks but reopened them at the Powell Street station in San Francisco and the 19th Street station in Oakland this February.

Since then, BART officials say the Powell facility has had an average of 212 people using the restrooms there, many being families with strollers or people with mobility issues. The 19th Street station restroom has had an average of 110 daily users.

The next restrooms slated for reopening are at the Downtown Berkeley and Embarcadero stations, followed by the 12thStreet Oakland, Civic Center, 16th Street Mission and 24th Street Mission stations.

Dan McMenamin is the managing editor at Bay City News, directing daily news coverage of the 12-county greater Bay Area. He has worked for BCN since 2008 and has been managing editor since 2014 after previously serving as BCN’s San Francisco bureau reporter. A UC Davis graduate, he came to BCN after working for a newspaper and nonprofit in the Davis area. He handles staffing, including coaching of our interns, day-to-day coverage decisions and management of the newswire.