Bay Area Rapid Transit trains were experiencing major delays Friday morning because of a small fire on the tracks between the Daly City and Balboa Park stations, according to an agency spokesman.
As the economy improves, the Bay Area is currently seeing the worst traffic conditions in more than two decades, according to a new study by traffic research company INRIX.
Initial repair work was completed Friday morning to ease congested BART service traveling through the Transbay Tube after maintenance vehicles damaged the tracks earlier Friday.
After a hectic morning that involved a man climbing on top of a BART train and effectively shutting down the MacArthur station, BART service was back on schedule Thursday afternoon, a BART spokeswoman said.
The pedestrian was struck by southbound train No. 314 around 7:40 a.m. south of the Broadway station, located at 1190 California Drive, according to Caltrain spokeswoman Jayme Ackemann.
The left lanes of Interstate Highway 680 were blocked by a fatal collision in Fremont Tuesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
If you’ve ever been on the subway in New York or Tokyo, you’re familiar with how packed trains can be. Commuters who ride BART are increasingly experiencing crushing crowds and packed trains.
Bay Area Rapid Transit was recovering from an earlier problem on trains passing through San Francisco Thursday morning.
A crash involving a cement truck was snarling traffic in San Jose Tuesday morning.
A man was killed on the Caltrain tracks in Palo Alto Monday morning, a Caltrain spokeswoman said.