Quake fails to shake up transit

There are no lingering problems with Bay Area public transit after Tuesday night's earthquake.

BART, Muni, and Caltrain representatives said all systems were operating on schedule and there were no slowdowns this morning after the largest earthquake since 1989's Loma Prieta temblor rocked the area.

Just after 8 p.m. Tuesday night, a 5.6 earthquake centered near Alum Rock east of San Jose shook the Bay Areabut caused no immediate damage.

It was felt as far north as Sebastopol and as far south as Monterey, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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