Crews quickly contained a grass fire that burned Sunday morning near the Pittsburg/Bay Point BART station. The fire was reported about 9:45 a.m. and charred …
A persistent electrical problem that crippled BART service at the end of the Pittsburg/Bay Point line for more than two weeks starting in March has gone away almost entirely.
Two weeks after an electrical glitch knocked BART train cars out of commission between two East Bay stations, the source of the problem remains mysterious.
BART still has no timeline for normal service restoration between the North Concord/Martinez and Pittsburg/Bay Point stations.
BART train service is gradually returning to a route between two East Bay stations that was beset by an electrical issue.
Testing is being done Monday morning to investigate a glitch that knocked more than 50 BART train cars out of commission last week.
BART riders could face months of short, crowded trains as a consequence of an ongoing electrical issue.
An electrical issue will continue to interrupt BART service between the Pittsburg/Bay Point and North Concord/Martinez stations until Friday or later.
Approximately 50 BART cars are out of service this morning because of an unknown electrical issue that has been affecting trains since Wednesday.
A service disruption between BART’s North Concord/Martinez and Pittsburg/Bay Point stations is expected to continue.