BART service in San Francisco experienced major delays on Sunday due to police activity, with three of the four lines through the city being stopped. The Daly City station was initially closed due to the police activity but later reopened with normal train service resuming. Passengers were warned to expect significant delays as the service tried to recover from the disruption.
The disruptions affected the Blue, Red, and Green lines, with specific instructions given to passengers on alternative routes to reach their destinations. The Yellow line was the only line operating through San Francisco at 10:22 a.m., with the San Francisco Line stopped between Balboa Park and Daly City in all directions. Bus service was provided between Daly City and Balboa Park stations to accommodate stranded passengers. The nature of the police activity was not immediately disclosed, leaving passengers and the public uncertain about the situation.
BART’s attempts to resume service and get things back on track were accompanied by confusion and inconvenience for passengers. The lack of information about the police activity left commuters and travelers anxious and frustrated as they waited for normal service to be restored. The disruptions on multiple lines and the closure of the Daly City station led to a challenging day for BART and its passengers in San Francisco.