San Fransisco BART Strike Ends

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The BART strike has been called off and BART has announced it will begin limited service beginning tomorrow at 4 a.m. with the goal of offering full service by the end of the day. Given the unpredictability of the BART strike, the SF Bay Ferry will continue its BART strike schedule through the end of day Tuesday, October 22.

“SF Bay Ferry will keep its BART strike schedule in place until end of day tomorrow as a courtesy to our commuters and as a safety net if BART has issues restoring full service by the end of the day,” said Ernest Sanchez, Manager of Information and Marketing of Public Information and Marketing.

 

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