BART on time after MacArthur train probe

Bart Area Rapid Transit trains are back on schedule today after police at MacArthur station in Oakland conducted an investigation on a train, said spokesman Linton Johnson.

Although Johnson said he could not comment on the manner of the investigation, he did say that the train was removed from the station, which caused a 10-minute delay to the BART schedule.

— Bay City News

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