BART trains are running at slower speeds Monday morning due to the wet weather.
A BART advisory recommended adding 20 minutes to a normal commute time.
Trains are impacted systemwide.
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Probably running behind because of lack of operators who decided it was too wet to drive to work.
When you drive, it is safer, cleaner, more reliable, no homeless, no drugs, no assaults, is there really a reason to take BART?
To recap – BART is unable to operate at a normal schedule when a) the weather is hot and b) when the weather is rainy. This means that BART only operates at a normal schedule when the weather is in the 70’s, not raining and not windy. Like CA, BART needs to get its act together.
And that’ll be the same (or worse) for the high speed rail – if it ever starts moving.
I needed to be at Commonwealth Club by 5 Monday night. Because of the advisories, I decided to take the 3:11 from Concord, assuming it would be late. It arrived at 3:12–only one minute late– and, even with the walk of several blocks from Embarcadero to my destination, I arrived at about 4:00. Except for out-of-service escalators, train service was fine.
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