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Update: eBART Service Restored Between Antioch and Pittsburg

by ECT

9am Update: BART to Antioch service is now running. Riders can use Antioch and Pittsburg Center stations.


Bay Area Rapid Transit announced there is no eBART service between Antioch and Pittsburg Center stations Tuesday morning.  The service alert was issued just after 6:00 am.

Tri Delta is providing bus service on Bus 380 and 387 for service between Antioch, Pittsburg Center and Pittsburg/Bay Point stations. Board trains at Pittsburg/Bay Point for service to SFO.

BART also issued an advisory saying there may be up to 10-min delays system-wide due to wet weather conditions. They also urged riders to watch your step on wet platforms and stairways

UPDATE – BART issued an update saying BART to Antioch trains will not be in service from 6:30am-9am due to staffing. The last eBART train leaves at 6:30am. Riders must go to Pittsburg/Bay Point to catch BART until 9am. Tri Delta Transit has buses 380 and 387 running to get you to Pittsburg/Bay Point.

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3 comments

Frank Nov 8, 2022 - 8:39 am

How many people can’t get to work today because BART is short staffed? You got to be kidding me.

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ME Nov 8, 2022 - 9:21 am

The stupidest move ever was making ebart. People paid taxes for over 40 yrs for BART to come to Antioch n ended up with a replica of a Disneyland trolly. BART should be forced to have the standard trains throughout the BART system. Once again East County got screwed.

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MEV Nov 8, 2022 - 3:54 pm

I agree; look at Milpitas and Warm Springs. Antioch paid for and should have received the same along with the originally planned improvements for Pittsburg. Joel Keller screwed East County.

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