Low clouds and drizzle Tuesday morning caused flights to be delayed by up to an hour at San Francisco International Airport, a duty manager said.
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.
BART recovering from delays in both directions Friday after people were reported on the tracks between 16th and 24th streets in San Francisco shortly before 5 p.m., a spokeswoman said.
Tuesday was a rough morning for Caltrain, which reported delays stemming from both a broken-down train and a car that stalled on the tracks.
Some fliers headed to Los Angeles International Airport, and other destinations were met with long delays on the first day of staffing cuts for air traffic controllers because of government spending reductions.
Bay Area Rapid Transit was recovering from an earlier problem on trains passing through San Francisco Thursday morning.
West Coast flights at San Francisco International Airport were facing delays of up to an hour Saturday due to mist and low-lying clouds.
All lanes of southbound U.S. Highway 101 reopened after a collision blocked three lanes Thursday morning in Burlingame, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Starting Tuesday night, BART passengers who travel through the transbay tube after 10 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays will face delays of up to 20 minutes because of earthquake safety work, a transit agency spokeswoman said.