BART trains are experiencing systemwide delays between 30 and 45 minutes this morning, a BART spokesman said.
Shortly before 6 a.m., BART officials announced that trains are running and all stations are open, but major delays are to be expected.
BART spokesman Jim Allison said that 25 trains are running as of 6 a.m., instead of the full service schedule that consists of about 45 trains.
Allison said BART employees were given short notice to return to work after the strike was called off Monday night causing BART trains to be less than fully staffed this morning.
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