On what is anticipated to be one of the busiest travel days of the year-end holiday season, some Bay Area airports are facing delays and cancellations with inclement weather arriving Friday morning.
Stormy weather Friday morning is affecting travel plans in and out of the Bay Area, according to airport officials.
United Airlines was experiencing computer problems Thursday morning, which is causing flight delays around the country, including at San Francisco International Airport.
Bay Area Rapid Transit riders experienced delays of 10 to 15 minutes on the Richmond line in the Fremont, Richmond and Millbrae directions due to an obstruction on the track Friday morning, according to a Bart official.
San Francisco International Airport may not be the first place that comes to mind for grabbing a cold one, but there sure are times when it’s good to know where to go at SFO.
Bay Area Rapid Transit riders could expect major delays at the South San Francisco Bart station in the Pittsburg/Bay Point and SFO/Millbrae directions Thursday morning due to an equipment problem on the tracks, according to a Bart official.
As post-tropical cyclone Sandy battered much of the East Coast with strong winds, flooding and even blizzards Tuesday morning, many airports remained shut down and dozens of flights were canceled at Bay Area airports.
More than a dozen flights to and from the East Coast have been cancelled Monday morning as Hurricane Sandy moves toward that part of the country, a San Francisco International Airport duty manager said.
The federal government has declared the South Bay’s Mineta San Jose International Airport the most on-time airport in California.
The L-Taraval Muni Line was moving slowly Thursday morning due to a broken water main in the Sunset District, in the area of 32nd and 33rd avenues, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.