ANTIOCH (BCN) — BART was recovering from major delays on its Antioch line Tuesday morning because of a disabled train between the Antioch and Pittsburg Center stations.
The agency issued an advisory at 9:35 a.m. about the delay, and did not specify what caused the train to become disabled.READ MORE: Vigil Set for Saturday in Santa Rosa to Bring Attention to Search for Missing Mom
Delays were being reported for trains in both directions through the area, according to BART.
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There is a major delay on the Antioch Line in both directions due to a disabled train between Antioch and Pittsburg Center. There is parallel service provided by Tri-Delta. Bus 380 and 387 will take passengers between Antioch and Pittsburg/ Baypoint station.
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BART said Tri-Delta Transit was providing a bus bridge between the Antioch and Pittsburg/Baypoint stations on lines 380 and 387.MORE NEWS: Pacers Stun Curry, Warriors 121-117 in Overtime
At 10:43 a.m., BART reported residual delays of 10 minutes on the line.