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BART making progress on fixing broken escalators
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- BART is making progress on fixing an unusually large number of broken escalators at its train stations.
A spokesman told ABC7 News on Sunday that only 16 escalators remain out of service. Nine of them are located at busy downtown San Francisco stations.
Last week, 29 escalators didn't work. The agency said it hope repairs on the remaining ones will be done some time this week.
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