BART service restored toSFO

Bay Area Rapid Transit service resumed this afternoon between the 24th Street-Mission station in San Francisco and the Daly City station after being temporarily halted while crews removed a downed tree from the tracks, according to a BART spokesperson.

Service was restored shortly after 2 p.m.

Trains are still running at reduced speeds throughout the BART system because of the weather, with average delays of five to 10 minutes, according to BART.

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