Four Caltrain passengers were injured Wednesday morning when a train pulling into the San Francisco station hit a bumper at the end of the platform, a Caltrain spokeswoman said.
An equipment problem near the Embarcadero BART station caused delays for nearly two hours for trains going into and out of San Francisco.
BART will open its 44th station early Saturday morning when service begins at the long-delayed West Dublin/Pleasanton station, which cost $106 million to build.
Plans were on track, in part, for San Francisco’s Central Subway, which would take riders from South of Market to Chinatown, perhaps as soon as 2018.
It turns out a Clipper card feature that lets riders who are unexpectedly short on fare exit the station and pay later isn’t set up in a way so that the rider must eventually pay up.