Napa Earthquake Impacts Bay Area Train Service | NBC Bay Area

Napa Earthquake Impacts Bay Area Train Service



    ACE Train
    File image of an ACE train.

    Amtrak's Capitol Corridor service has partially resumed and is expected to fully resume Sunday evening after being shut down because of the 6.0-magnitude earthquake near American Canyon early Sunday morning, Amtrak officials said.

    Service between Sacramento and Oakland resumed earlier Sunday afternoon while trains will begin running again between Hayward and San Jose by 7 p.m., Amtrak officials said.

    The tracks were shut down following the 3:20 a.m. quake so crews could inspect for possible damage, according to Amtrak.

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