BART makes a systemwide shift to start the morning service around 5 am A Early Bird Express bus service is used to replace the train at 4 hours.
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A long line is seen outside Antioch and Pittsburg / Bay Point BART stations early Monday morning.
The seven Transbay bus lines from East Bay began from 3:50 am Some of the first buses arrived in San Francisco before 5 am
Early Bird Express buses "of the BART coming to the Temporary Transbay Terminal in San Francisco from East Bay.
People are in service together but this is the new reality for the next 3 1/2 years. pic.twitter.com/DqMFAiKHh6
– Matt Keller (@ MattKellerABC7) February 11, 2019
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Here is Official statement from BART:
As we approach February 11, 2019 the transition system from 4 am to 5 at the start of the service, many BART Riders want to know exactly when the first trains are leaving that the schedule change will take effect immediately. For the first time in weekdays, some trains start from midline stations (Concord, South Hayward and Daly City) to use the service and get faster riders at the core of the system. All first morning trains will be long on the first East Bay train that arrives at Embarcadero Station at 5:35 am. Train times can be found on schedule by station and schedule sections of our website.
These are the new start-time breaks at the station:
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