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13 Sep 2019 | 04:01 AM UTC

US: Significant rail disruptions in San Francisco (California) September 12

United States of America News Alert

San Francisco (California) BART officials close rail station following major medical emergency on September 12; significant service disruptions ongoing

TIMEFRAME expected from 9/12/2019, 8:00 PM until 9/13/2019, 11:59 PM (US/Pacific). COUNTRY/REGION San Francisco, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)


San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station on 24th Street (Mission district) has been closed as of 20:50 (local time) on Thursday, September 12, following a major medical emergency. According to BART officials, major delays are expected in the San Francisco (California state) BART stations in the directions of Daly City, Millbrae, San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and East Bay. Buses have been deployed to replace trains and Antioch and Dublin trains are single tracking through the area. Shuttle service to SFO is also in place. Rail service disruptions are expected to continue through Thursday and possibly into the morning of Friday, September 13. Up-to-date information can be found on the BART website.


Potentially impacted travelers in the San Francisco area are advised to keep abreast of the situation, anticipate rail service disruptions, consider alternative modes of transportation, and allow additional time to reach their destinations.


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