Wednesday, March 5, 2014

BART Service Shut Down Due to Death on Tracks (Update)

Posted By on Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 6:52 AM

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Update 7:45 a.m.: BART is now reporting that service is restored between Hayward and Fremont in the Fremont, Richmond and Daly City directions. However, you should expect miserable delays.

Original story 6:52 a.m.: Commuters in the far East Bay trying to get to San Francisco this morning will have to find a way to work other than BART.

According to BART, all trains south of Hayward were taken out of service after a death on the tracks last night.

KTVU reports that a person was hit by a train while on the tracks near the South Hayward station at about 11:25 p.m. Tuesday.

The train remained on the tracks this morning while police continued to investigate. No bus bridge will be set up to shuttle stranded commuters, and those looking to transfer to the Bay Fair station, just know: there's only limited service into San Francisco this morning.

Good luck.

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