BART service is beginning to recover Thursday evening from major delays systemwide causing by an equipment problem in San Francisco.
Bay Area Rapid Transit trains on the Fremont to Daly City and Dublin/Pleasanton to Daly City lines were experiencing 30-minute delays in all directions due to a track switch problem for the second time Friday, according to a BART dispatcher.
Rainy weather in the Bay Area led to mechanical problems for BART trains Saturday morning resulting in major delays.
The Richmond BART station reopened after a patron was struck by a train and killed Friday afternoon.
A truck plows into a power pole at the Port of Oakland near 7th and Maritime Streets.
San Francisco’s Montgomery BART station has reopened and trains are recovering from a delay Monday evening after a person was extracted from beneath a train at Montgomery station, a BART spokeswoman said.
BART was experiencing major system-wide delays Friday, lasting from the morning through the afternoon commute, due an equipment failure in the Transbay Tube.
A report of a kidnapping that shut down BART service through San Francisco during rush hour Friday evening had no merit, according to a police spokesman.
Service has been restored on a BART line after crews worked through the night to repair tracks damaged by a derailed train.
Bay Area Rapid Transit trains were delayed during and past the morning commute Monday due to a computer glitch, according to the agency.