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All BART stations are “closed until further notice” due to a computer problem throughout the system



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FILE - Train in downtown Berkeley BART.  All stations were closed on Sunday morning due to a computer problem in the entire system.  Photo: Preeti Pradhan / Moment Editorial / Getty Images / This image is subject to copyright.


Photo: Preeti Pradhan / Moment Editorial / Getty Images


FILE – Train in downtown Berkeley BART. All stations were closed on Sunday morning due to a computer problem in the entire system.


Today, BART travelers will have to look for an alternative method of public transport.

All trains were delayed by a system-wide computer problem early Sunday morning because they did not work before the stations opened at 8 a.m., the agency said in a statement shared on Twitter.

Gulf stations will now remain “closed until further notice” while BART staff mediate the issue. Partner transit agencies, including Muni, AC Transit, VTA, Tri Delta, CCCTA and WHEELS, will provide bus services in the meantime, and alternative routes can be found in the Travel Planning on the BART website.

AC Transit will provide the Transbay service on line F from the intersection of Center St. and Shattuck in downtown Berkeley to the Salesforce Transit Center in downtown San Francisco. Travelers to Auckland can take the NL line from the 20th St. And Broadway to the same destination.




See service advice here.

“Staff are working to determine the root cause,” BART said in a 9:10 update. “We don’t have an ETA yet when it will be allowed.”

By 10:54 a.m., SFMTA said it was in the process of acquiring four BART passenger shuttles between Glen Park, Balboa Park and Daly City BART stations. Muni will also provide services from downtown San Francisco to Mission St. to Daly City on line 14R.


This is an evolving story and will be updated with more information.

Amanda Bartlett is a digital reporter for SFGATE. Email: amanda.bartlett@sfgate.com




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