Bart reduces service in downtown San Francisco as crews work on projects

BART service will be reduced to a single lane in downtown San Francisco on Sunday as crews work on several renovation projects, transportation officials said.

Passengers can expect 10-15 minute delays between Montgomery Street and 16th Street/Mission stations on some Sundays in July and August.

At Montgomery Station, those heading to Daly City on the blue line will need to switch to the yellow line. And northbound runners hoping to catch the blue line to Dublin/Pleasanton will need to take the yellow line first and transfer.

The red Richmond-Millbrae and green Daly City-Berryessa/North San Jose lines are also not in service.

So far, crews have successfully replaced traction power cables in San Francisco and are currently working on installing new displays on the Powell Street Station platform, installing fiber optic cables and preventive maintenance.

To keep up with updates on BART service, passengers can check the Transit Trip Planner on BART.gov.

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