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Caltrain 'cleared for maximum authorized operating speeds'

Caltrain has completed its inspection of all bridges, signals and track structures, and no defects have been found, spokesperson Jayme Ackemann said at 10:40 a.m. today, following the 6.1-magnitude earthquake that struck southern Napa County this morning.

The "system is cleared for maximum authorized operating speeds," she said.

Regular service has resumed but customers should expect delays, she said.

Football Special A is delayed passing through Hayward Park on its way to Mountain View. Trains are experiencing up to 50 minutes of delay as a result of this morning's inspection.

— Bay City News Service

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