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Delays On Some BART Routes This Weekend and Next

Transbay Tube work will cause delays on some BART trains this weekend and next.

It may take some BART riders a little longer to cross San Francisco Bay this weekend and next weekend.

BART officials say the delays will occur as transit crews shut down one of two tracks in the Transbay Tube to perform maintenance and repair work to electric cables.

San Francisco trains coming from or going toward Dublin or Fremont will probably face delays of 20 to 40 minutes.

San Francisco trains coming from or going toward Richmond or Pittsburg/Bay Point are expected to have delays of 5 to 10 minutes.

During the hours listed below, customers who are traveling from any San Francisco or Peninsula station toward Dublin or Fremont will need to take a Pittsburg/Bay Point-bound train to travel through the Tube.

You will need to get off the train at 12th Street Station in Oakland and go downstairs to transfer to a special Dublin or a Fremont-bound train.

During the hours listed below, customers who are traveling from Fremont or Dublin to San Francisco and Daly City will need to board their usual train. These trains will be diverted to the MacArthur Station in Oakland.

This diversion is necessary because the trains originating in Fremont and Dublin during the hours work is performed will not travel through the Tube. Customers should get off their train at 12th Street Station in Oakland and go downstairs to transfer to a San Francisco-bound train.

Sunday, May 29: Work starts after the last train Saturday. Work ends at 2:30 p.m.

Monday, May 30: Work starts after the last train Sunday. Work ends at 2:30 p.m. BART will also be running on a Sunday schedule on Monday for the Memorial Day holiday.

Saturday, June 4: Work starts after the last train Friday. Work ends at 7:30 a.m.

Sunday, June 5: Work starts after the last train Saturday. Work ends at 2:30 p.m.

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