BART supplies buses to SFO

January 4, 2008 12:00:00 AM PST
Bay Area Rapid Transit service started providing bus service from its 24th-Street Mission station at 1 p.m. for passengers headed to San Francisco International Airport due to train closures, according to a BART spokesman.

The buses will pick up every half hour.

Downed trees on the tracks caused passengers to evacuate two BART trains and close service between the 24th-Street Mission station and Daly City station and stop trains traveling to San Francisco International Airport from north of Daly City, BART spokesman Jim Allison said.

Trains are running at reduced speeds throughout the BART system, Allison said, and delays are indefinite.

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