Bay Area Traffic
Train stuck in Transbay Tube causing major delays
SAN FRANCISCO -- A train stuck in the Transbay Tube this evening is causing major delays for BART riders.
Since shortly after 6 p.m., the malfunctioning train has halted service into San Francisco and caused major delays for trains headed into the East Bay, a BART dispatcher said.
There is no estimated time for service restoration.
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