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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> i tried to drive them when i got to east brooklyn i still had 74 minutes. i came from stockton. i found out about the buses yesterday. this is my first day trying to catch the bus over to the city. it is madness. madness. >> frustrations of building as well as backups when day three of the bart strike. >> the traffic department has been the biggest and convenience but that is a severe understatement. >> the biggest impacts have been felt on the freeways. we're seeing major backups for the east shore freeway right now. 63 minutes drive time coming out of vallejo,
13 minutes higher than it should be. highway 24 also been the leading to the bay bridge. worse than that, there is a stall on the upper deck westbound. on the suspensions man. it is a west of the island. it blocks the left-hand lane and the meeting lights will be slowed down. the backup will start to grow even more. the east shore of freeway, look at this ride on 80 westbound. from just a bit before going gate fields, some slowing and especially from 0580 all laydowns of the berkeley cares. the ride on 24 westbound, right from highway 13 all the way down to the maze, the westbound 580 traffic now back the beyond highway 24. the nimitz and northbound is slowing once again getting to the toll plaza. the san mateo bridge, an alternate
route heavier than usual but still carrying traffic well. drive times are still only 13 minutes and westbound direction. another hot spot, this an old grade a second accident reported for 680 southbound. this one near much in boulevard. the accident is on the shoulder is a visual and hazard. there during attention and that is why beat traffic is backing up. >> we see more and more people trying to get to work using alternate means. ac transit has been helping people. will tran as more with frustrated commuters there. >> frustrated because it is been so long for them and it is only wednesday. many of the people of ththat i talked to said it feels like a week
and a half. this is the uptown transit center. as i call that in a sea supervisors predicted, the line as wrapped around the corner making its way to the pair my theater. every now and then a bus comes at a long period it makes a small dent, and then be lines continue. a little bit of progress, but everyone has the same game plan. get here as early as you possibly can, hoping for a long lines. this woman has basically had it. >> this is more than i can take. >> did you commute yesterday? >> yes. >> how did it go? >> i was late to work but i made it. >> i was getting from sampras is go into oakland? >> it was a little slow but
i made it here so i'm ok. >> i could catch the ferry but i don't like that. the ferry is too far away so ac transit is the best for me. >> what is our game plan? get your early? >> that's it. >> how early you try to get here >> about how our in 20 minutes. >> that as an hour and 20 minutes if he would probably like to stay in bed. some the blood and here as early as two hours before they would normally get here. they say it is not too bad if you get here in hot on a bus and head to sam francisco. in the afternoon, everyone has the same game plan. get out of work earlier and they get to the transit terminal and they are met by thousands of other people. >> let's not forget ac transit could also be on strike as their contracts for their drivers also expired sunday on midnight.
they were negotiating again yesterday and will continue again today. they're going to give 24 hours' notice if they go on strike. >> the gem and that will talked to said the ferries were not a good option for him but they have been a good option for other folks. justine waldman has been out there all week. >> so far, so good, no major complaints. we're starting to hear from passengers about how they are feeling with the bart strike. we have new video to show you the of the lines that were forming even before the first ferry took off at 6:00 this morning. ferries are lovely galoading and how. now.e
to talk to passengers as they were waiting in line for the next ferry. they're telling me now they're starting gate into the swing of things and getting a handle on how the very words. they started to talk about the bart strike and i found it interesting. >> it is very frustrating. >> you should not be allowed to disrupt a million people. there is a public, we are paying their salaries. >> that's what they say, and they get all these benefits. you pay $90 a month and get insurance? i don't. it's ridiculous. they are greedy. unions have their time when they were young years ago, they need to get it together and they're just being greedy. they said not be allowed to do is to sensible people. >> you're really starting to sense that an audience from bart riders or not taking the ferry. the ferry service
has been so great the past couple of days some people are saying they may switch. they're enjoying the experience so much. we are watching passengers a load on to the next ferry. once the blood on the dock, people are getting on and when it is will they stop people and they will have to wait another 45 minutes for the next ferry to arrive in oakland and take passengers to san francisco. some things i want to share with people, if you want to see the full schedule of the ferry service i posted it on my facebook page. i also treated it that just beat the estee justine waldman. >> will be updating our
facebook and twitter pages as well. the time is 7 of 7:00 a.m.. >> today we are in the upper 50s, low 60s. as you're heading out to workers cool, downtown stamford cisco 61 degrees. upper 50s out the door and santa rosa. into the afternoon, triple digits and most spots. the national weather service did extend their heat warning that will expire on the thursday. al qaeda the afternoon highs in the much- needed cool down coming up in my next report. >> we would take a quick break on the kron4 morning news. a live look outside and our mt. tam cam. more
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>> 7:15 a.m. and 83 of the bart strike. in getting you updated on the morning commute, the bay bridges once again backed up. >> this morning the worst backup is from interstate 80, the east shore freeway. slow traffic all the way from mcdonnell to the berkeley kerf. highway 24 in the westbound direction, there's been a stall on the bay bridge assistance and span. it looks like they just cleared it because the metering lights are just starting to cycle out at a faster rate. they'll slow down in order to accommodate the lane block there. taking a look at traffic maps, once again will lead at the back ups
and the approaches. that is one as from interstate 80, the east shore freeway ride down. a dating drive times in just a minute after we look at the commute. 580 slowing before 24, and then it's also heavy in the northbound direction. the san mateo bridge ride, still looks pretty good. this time yesterday, we saw heavier traffic. it is still better alternate in the cooling gate bridgea bridge. updating or other hot spots, interstate 680 southbound, traffic and to this and all grade. it is really slow southbound, there been two accidents one that blocked the lanes for a while and involved in
overturned and debris. all the lanes are now clear. updating drive times, out of vallejo a 17 minute penalty. it is nearly 70 minutes. a six minute penalty this morning. 20 minutes is the x drive times through downtown oakland from the 580/13 interchange. the nimitz and axle 13 minutes. moran is still lighter than usual. the average commute is 26 minutes but currently it is only 23 minutes for 1 01 southbound. if you're in the east bay, even tried to cross the san revell bridge and use the golden gate bridge. it will be a more expensive but likely faster trip. >> i want to update you go on how to get to the
airport. if you are coming from the peninsula, i checked and said france is running on time. caltrans is not experiencing any delays. yesterday they had standing room only, do not be surprised if that is the case today. they're carrying an extra 4500 passengers on those trains. what's needed to caltrans millbrae stop, as at all is providing free shuttle service to get you to the airport. we will have more on your public transit coming up in just a couple of minutes. taking it live outside to our roof camera, take a look at this a very great start to the morning. satellite and radar, you can see just that. temperatures are cooler than what they were 24 hours ago. there is still a ridge of high pressure in place that will really show the heating as we head into the afternoon
continuing into tomorrow. future cast four focusing on today's temperatures, plenty of '90s indicated by their read at lunchtime. the yellow on the left-hand side of your screen indicates where we will see the '70s. what in the clock into motion, triple digits start to fill in for places like livermore. into the evening hours, expect clear skies. still holding onto fairly warm conditions with temperatures mainly in the '70's and low 80s. afternoon highs, you know is plenty of nineties in the south bay. san jose 94, triple digits warmest spots in the east bay. antioch 100, 105 pittsburg. san leandro 86, the downtown san francisco 72. it will be pretty hazy today. 7 day around the bay
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act, business employing more than 50 full-time employees must provide workers' health insurance or they could face penalties. those penalties will now begin in 2015 after next year's congressional elections. >> bolivia's president is continuing his flight home after his flight from moscow was rerouted and delayed overnight and austria. bolivia accuses the united states of ordering european countries to block the flight from their airspace- allegedly because of suspicion that the bolivian leader was taking in as a leader edward snowden up with him to latin america. it is unclear whether european countries did, in fact, blocked the plane. austrian officials say the plane was searched early today by austrian border police and snowden was not on board. >> hours after egyptian
president mohammed morsi refused about to a military ultimatum, military leaders are declaring that the army is willing to die to defend the country. ven mohammed morsia wednesday deadline to find a solution to the violent clashes there. tens of thousands of people on the streets of egypt protesting his leadership. the president's supporters with the muslim brotherhood are also demonstrating but their numbers are not as large. 23 people were killed just yesterday, 16 of them in clashes at cairo university. meantime, officials in israel are worried that a collapse of the islamist government in egypt could threaten the delicate peace treaty between the two countries. >> the time now 70 3:00 a.m. and a quick break on the
is slow going at so no surprises there. this expect plenty of traffic this morning as once again, bart strike is still on now in day three. >>mark: ac transit buses have been doing their best to get people across the bay but they are also undergoing negotiations as well as their it contract expired on sunday just like a bar to the did. they decided not to strike as of today but if they do they are saying they will give a 24 hour notice. if people are relying on a.c. transit buses during this bart strike. management is demanding pay increases and grades of improvements
to work conditions and 53 expense >>anny: time to take a quick break. at the time now is 520--7273 here is a live look at the ferry on jacqueline that judge jack london and square. kron4's testing waldman is live once again this morning out there. --justine waldman look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on!
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were from highway 24 where as this morning, it is hardly backed up at all compared to monday and tuesday. make no mistake about it, there are big backups to the bridge. it is an over 40 minute commute. you can see even the 880 approach is backed up. take a look at the map. here is the westbound 24 ride whereby this time yesterday and the day before, traffic was already backed up through orenda the entire length of 24. right now, we are only seen slow traffic from about rocketry and the west around direction. this is heavy eastbound traffic leading up to the caldecott. that happens every day. 58 has not been backed up all the way to highway 13. it is only so just be on lake shore in the westbound direction. the nimitz is slow this morning that he
>>mark: has we are watching other modes of transportation. we have seen long lines of the last for more in. kron4's will tran is live in oakland right now with an update. >>will: long lines continue. at day 3 is off to a slow start for many people. you can see it is wrapped around a corner now and it looks like it will be this way if it monday and tuesday are any indication. it will probably stay this way and to let least 933 it you can see across the street those are bart workers on strike while these people are in line, they're looking over and they are just upset. they're not taking sides.
they are just hoping that this can be resolved so they can get back to their normal commute. they say the morning is not the worst but the afternoon commute they're trying to get back home. some running at an hour to 2 1/2 hours to get back home. one woman says it is ruining her family life. >>mark: i am understand the they don't have to put the public into the situations. my son has to get up at 4:00 a.m. just to go to his dad's house. by the time i get him from school he is ready to go to sleep. it is difficult and they don't understand how much they're really putting people through. debbie obama for those >>will: for many of these
people, the fourth of july holiday can come any sooner. >>mark: ac transit will be monitoring their negotiations as well. they could have gone on strike as well when their contract expired sunday but they decided to stay on the job. it will give 24 hours' notice if they decide to strike. >>anny: >>justine: we are just about to get an update from one of the managers of the ferry to
give us numbers from tuesday. ernest sanchez is with us. please share those numbers with >> san francisco ferry carried 19,000 passengers. the average would be about 6000. no delays. everything is on time. are 730 departure of the bay was maximum capacity bus services on time and the lines here at jack london square are not long. they are short. if you can get to
the ferry terminals without driving, that would be great. i think we will operate on time throughout the day. traffic is pending. >>justine: after talking to passengers on monday and tuesday and today, i think they are feeling a little frustration. i know your staff is working extra hard with extra ferry out there every day. is this becoming a burden for the ferry service to take on the these passengers. >> it is certainly a challenge for staff we have a lot of people. they're standing up very well to it. we will have a little bit of a break with the holiday schedule bridge so that will give us a little time to relax and then we will be back at on friday. did bill >> if the strike continues. >>mark: yes that's that's
for some warm evenings, very toasty afternoons. take a look at today's highs. a hundred and five livermore, mid-90s in san jose 3 it richmond with a high of 70 degrees. we do have cooler weather on the way past a fourth of july 3rd i will have the full details on what to expect when the kron4 morning news continues bridge the time right now 739. we will be right back. ññ;
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>>anny: good morning. we are back with our top story. transit ac transit is one of the alternate ways. they are providing charter buses. kron4's mike pelton is live with an update with a charter service and it seems like it has been going very smoothly. mike? >> reporter: more than 1500 commuters have used these buses and pass through oakland. it seems to be running very quickly. i
spoke with one commuter who attacked me 45 minutes after he took off say that you didn't get to work. --tex did-text me. today, bart is operating 35 buses right different tour buses, to school buses to even the party bosses. take a listen. >> how was it yesterday in search. i was late to work but it was ok.
>> reporter: some of the buses that are picking up commuters. they have a purple yellow seeds, with be taken from the windows a period of our party bosses. you must be here in west oakland by 9:00 if you plan on getting it from the stop to san francisco. this is a first-come first-served basis. >>james: well some people are actually getting on the buses. the walnut creek, thousands. for one woman says it is fairly easy to
use these buses but she is concerned about how she will get home. >>mark: >> what are you are happy about? >> having to give up so early. >> what would you like to see happen? >> them get back to work like the rest of us. >> it's been hectic 12 and 13 hour days. that he doesn't make anything better fortunately, the shuttle buses have made it a lot easier so i am happy about that. i was share early. it is a lot of tension. people are wondering how their point to get back and forth to work. there is a lot of frustration but there is nothing we can do about it
so i just tried to stay positive. >>mark: that is just what some of the things that people are dealing with. coming home, all those people from all those different route are all in the same line to grab a bus and head home so the ride home has been quite a headache for a lot of people. let's get to the traffic death with george following conditions on the role. >>george: today is the lightest day at the bay bridge that we have seen and the last three. that's of thanks to the striking bart workers. it has to do with the fact that it is the day before the holiday. all around the bay area, i am scene of much lighter than usual traffic conditions and that is why the back of leading to the bay bridge this morning, are much lighter than they have been on a monday and tuesday that is small consolation if you are stuck in them but at least there is that. most of the traffic that we are
seeing is trying to get to the bay bridge. so that he shore freeway is still backed up to alice garrido. a pretty sure freeway, coming all the way down here, 80 west is clear all the way to a highway for all the way through san paolo. it is not tell also real the to start to hit the traffic. highway 24 has been backed up all the way into walnut creek every other day this week. but here the slowing doesn't start until the tunnel. none of the usual commute traffic here on 680 southbound or westbound through lafayette. we normally see slowing their the morning like this 3. the
this group which what 583 it if you're coming from dublin take the nimitz instead of the usual 580. more on your alternates now with erica. >>erica: i want to point out that a lot of both charter buses, a lot of them are empty. for those of you checking those charter buses coming out of west oakland . we will continue
japan >>anny:another long morning for thousands of bay area commuters as we enter day three of the bart workers strike. >>james: whether it's the bus, carpool or ferry, patience is running thin. here's a live look outside at the approach to the bay bridge. bart workers are officially in day three of striking, and once again other transit agencies are stepping up to help accommodate the hundreds of thousands of daily commuters. kron four's will tran is
yesterday? >> i drove on monday. getting all my it was terrible and took about an hour in 20 minutes to get to the bay bridge from my office which is about eight blocks. it was awful. >>will: anybody else have any other experiences. >>mark: i have been taking the bus the entire time. i get to see the water instead of a dark tunnel. overall i'm kind of bummed out that this isn't going to be back up. but since its happy are
this time, i will be really concerned about how i'm getting home. >>mark: we have also been watching our ferry services. let's check with kron4's justine waldman who has been there all three days three testing how things look today compared to the next tuesday's that just passed a desperate continuing our team coverage this morning. triple the amount of usual passengers on the san francisco bay ferry system kron four's justine waldman is back at jack london square with an update on the ferry service, hi justine. >>justine: the ferries are taking off every 45 minutes. we're noticing that once they are full, they are leaving the docks from about five minutes before scheduled to take off. we are hearing from some passengers. a little
frustration with bart. they are very much enjoying their ferry ride and they may permanently make the switch from being a bar rider to a ferry rider. -- bart. >> it is not fair to us. we ask to be fair to print >>justine: more people are boarding. i will will out of the way to you can see. it is very organized out here. i have to say monday it was some confusion because people are normally not ferry riders. confusion about where the pay, where a park. by today, smooth sailing and no delays either they're really no complaints about the ferry service. people are auspice-as people
are also telling me they're enjoying how the ferry services are handling the strikes and some of the more people are taking the ferry. we are wondering what those numbers will be for today. 18,000 on monday and 90,000 yesterday liven oakland, i up justin waldman, kron4 news. --19,000. crystal geyser is always
>>anny: welcome back. bart and union representatives have returned to the table to continue contract talks. here's the latest on the negotiations. although it is a good sign that bart management and bart union members are meeting for the first time since since the strike began two days ago. it seems no deal has been reached at this point. bart has not received any word that workers will return to work at any point today. commuters should expect similar conditions they've faced the past two days.
however if a deal is reached -- bart officials say they will get the trains back up and running as soon as possible. both sides say they will continue talking and negotiating. we will continue to follow the latest with the bart strike. we will be providing updates on our 24-seven bay area news channel, comcast 193. we will also be providing updates on our facebook and twitter pages. coming up on the kron four morning news. we will continue to follow the latest period to a live look from san jose. when one north of started to back up on the right hand side just past the 87 entertained.
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for the third day, alternate transit agencies are stepping up to help accommodate the hundreds of thousands of stranded commuters. one of the alternate ways is to take a charter bus if you need to get across the bay. kron four's mike pelton is live in oakland with an update on the charter service. good morning mike. >> reporter: despite the long lines, one commuter tells me has committed only took about 45 minutes into san francisco. that's about half an hour faster than his committee yesterday. bart is using a variety of buses. school buses, a charter buses and even party bosses. >>mark: is this real life?
>> reporter: however you can get to san francisco right? where is your stress level at? >> about five. >> reporter: what is it gonna be like by the end of the >> day> probably 10 >> reporter: >>mark: let's go to the traffic center to see how people are getting along and traffic that judge roadways. >>george: we are definitely seen the pre-holiday light traffic through the all to my past. --altamont pass. the marin commute, the
of your alternates. the san mateo bridge looks like it peaked about in half hour ago when traffic was really sluggish. let's take look at those drive times for you now. vallejo to san francisco, 68 minutes, 17 minute penalty. remember, that includes your time through the maze and in two san francisco. these are now bay bridge backups these are drive times into the city. the biggest penalty will pay on 580 through oakland. 78 minutes vs 35. the nevada
commute normally a 31 minute drive today, only 25. similar conditions for your ride through the south bay as well. but it's a more alternate traffic for real. here is aircraft. >>erica: good morning steve george. the good news is a lot of those to charter buses and a.c. transit coming out of oakland are currently empty so not much of away if you're trying to get into the city. i want to talk about getting to the airport from the peninsula side. i checked with sam tram and they are currently running on time. we are seen up to a 20 minute delay on some caltran servers right now we do have excessive
heat into today and tomorrow. expect temperatures climbing into the triple digits. to prepare yourself for some of very warm evenings, toasty after notes. certainly dress in layers because temperatures will climb up to 40 degrees in some spots. . for those of you along the peninsula and coast line, we're talking temperatures in the '70s. as
i prepare afternoon highs for the day. livermore at 1053 the upper 90s slated for fairfield and plenty of sunshine, with low eighties for hayward. 69 the daly city. it is going to get a little chilly out there with wind approach it from the southwest at 8 to 15 mi. per hour. your 7 day around the bay forecast shows a one more day of triple digit heat and then temperatures start to slide. by saturday and sunday, we will keep temperatures 70's and 80's >>mark: hours after egyptian president mohammad morsi refused to bow to a military ultimatum, military
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l are trying to get on the charter buses, kit out of the door quickly because the last one takes off at 9:00. commuters say they are tired of waking up early and do it with this bart strike throughout the morning prurient several striking employees are right across the street. hop commuters tell me on this third day of the bart strike, their patience is wearing thin. >>mark: this is my first day so i don't like it. it is irritating. >> they need to resolve it by next monday. despite
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>>george: even with the strike, it is a big back up to the bay bridge of the still so much better than it was yesterday. because of the anticipated holiday tomorrow. it looked at the toll plaza, still a fair amount of movement here meaning me during my time are cycling very quickly. that also means is a slow trip into san francisco says the bridge is so densely packed with cars right now. but-highway 24. no longer any back up all the way down to interstate 580. to go
look for your ride to the san mateo bridge. conditions here are already nearly normal. no longer any delays on the approach to this band and it's a smooth and drive across the span. a lot of people like to use bart to get to sfo, of course if it is unavailable so here are some alternate modes to get to to the airport. >>erica: yes a lot of folks are out of luck if you plant
or using a bart to but to keep the mind caltran is currently reporting delays. the trend has broken down. one to eventually reach the caltran at millbrae stop, sfo is providing free shuttle service that will escort you to the airport. ally yourself a little bit of extra time for it to take a live look outside behind me from our rubicam of downtown san francisco. as we head into the afternoon. let's focus on today's forecast. futurecast for highlighting the 12:00 hour, we're talking nine
these inland for places like livermore and concord. look like we will keep temperatures of the 70's for the mid peninsula at coast line clear conditions persist into the evening hours. by 8:00 p.m., take a look at your temperatures. no longer in the '90s but rather 70's and low 80s. downtown san francisco very similar to yesterday. i have 72 degrees today your extended forecast shows we will be contending with a triple digits but after that
temperatures start to slide. in fact, as we head into the weekend, no this noticeably cooler weather. the mammoth kron4's haazig manila was on haazig: there's only one more spot. who will be the final passenger here. he'd better hurry up. there's a woman right behind him. you better get on now. there is room. serve your the final passenger. how you feel?
memo there has been a last- minute change. they are going to pull a whole charter bus just for you. how you feel. >> good. >>anny: coming up on the kron4 morning news, and pitcher top stories as day three of the bart strike continues. time now is a 53. three of the bart strike through sunday at sleep train's 4th of july sale,
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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> this is terrible. i found out about the buses yesterday. this is my first day trying to catch the bus over to the city. >> another long day for thousands of commuters. patience is wearing thin. >> big surprises today, because today is the day before a holiday traffic all over the bay area traffic is exceptionally light. this is much lighter believe are not than any other day this week. from the east bay into san francisco, even with this back up there are still less
than typical. we have an accident on interstate 880 at university. it is still slow coming down from the 580 merged to richmond and mcdonald. once past that, you have a better than normal ride, even to the bay bridge and across the bridge. the right year from the macarthur maze is slow from just before 24. there is no longer a back up on the nimitz approach and highway 24 is not backed up at all leading down to the bay bridge coming out of walnut creek. the salmon's a nosan detailed bridge peaked at around 815, 830. drive times of the westbound ride, a vallejo a territo go drive
time is 56 minutes, it is less than that this morning. foreman is less than normal coming out of oakland. as we go down the list of those drive times, especially the moreno ride, up 31 minutes would be atypical drive time for this wednesday morning but it is only at 22 minutes right now. that really helped out a lot. because it's the day before the fourth of july holiday, we really got break. >> continuing coverage of our bart strike and the ongoing side of people trying to make their way across the bay and into san francisco. a lot of them are turning to ac transit as their main way of getting into the city. will tran has been reporting for us live at broadway. >> great news to pass along, ac transit says they have done everything they
possibly can do to diminish the lines. they are now back to regular schedule. new not see the deputy here anymore and there is no longer a supervisor. this is a regular line they say, except it will bring back the buses. we'll see you some video we shot at around 545. that line is only about 20 minutes old but it is starting to accumulate, back up at 530 in the morning. people but they did beat the rush by getting year earlier. people are off to a faster start wednesday, the line quickly wrapped around the corner. around 8:00 in the morning, ac transit called in some school buses. we don't even know where they got them. a school bus pulled into the bus stop here and people got on and went to san francisco. that knocked off maybe 100 people. the school bus as well as some bart
charter buses. people think they did a great drag china make sure that the lions did not get too long. we got a chance to talk to ac transit's passengers that would normally be on bart trains. there's still upset about what is going on. >> i understand if they want more money or what ever but they don't have to put their problems on the public. i have a sign that i have to get up at 430 now. this is difficult. they do not understand how much they are putting the people through. >> you know what happens when you lose sleep, you lose patience. this is the third day. people say yesterday it was not too bad. it is not too bad in
the morning when it is still cool. in the afternoon, even when they get up early and they get to the grand transit bay terminal and sampras's go and see all of the other people that have the same idea. a lot of people are arguing and pushing and getting a house still with ac transit supervisors yesterday. let's hope that does not happen today. >> patients or running thin seems to be a occurring theme today. >> good morning, on monday the ferry service served about 18,000 people, tuesday, 20,000 people. that is triple the amount of people that the ferry normally services. you can
see the long lines that have formed here in oakland headed toward set francisco. the ferries are running on an increase schedule, 45 minutes. olallieberries and its lead are being used.all of e fleets are being used. >> personnel is doing a great job. if this goes into next week, i can see people getting more and more angry. >> i don't agree with the union >> we will get that sound seal it at around 930 and also the very is on an increased schedule. all the
people they use the very here in oakland will have to use the ferry to get back. you can expect lines at their as well. the advice they're giving out is get there at least an hour if not 90 minutes before the ferry leaves. if the strike does continue into tomorrow which is the fourth of july, there will be a totally different schedule for the ferry service. they know that people may not be going to work with people are trying to get to san francisco to see the fireworks display. the schedule is on our web site @ kron4 .com. >> will be providing updates on our 247 news channel comcast 193. >> tracking the heat for your wednesday, the heat wave continues and we are looking at cooler conditions
to start off your wednesday morning. >> let's talk is on the would save forecast. expect sunny skies, a few high clouds, triple digits into the afternoon. most of clear conditions was the ground as we head into the evening hours. a look at your current conditions and afternoon highs coming up after the break. the time is now 908 and kron4 morning news will be right back. look at them kids...
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>> bart strike, day three. can't force has leaked and don >> for the first two hours here at the dublin pleasanton station, about 11 buses were filled with people trying to get into the city. this is day three in the majority of the people here are veterans. these people have papacked their patients as they said, some are still he did it though. while in the midst of an interview, i did have a picket signs must into the face of the person i was interviewing.
>> good morning, on this third day of the bart workers strike, because it is the day before the holiday, we have seen much less impact than we did on monday and tuesday. take a look at the bay bridge currently, you can see the beginning of the end of the back up. it is a little heavier than that should be but it really almost as looks like a normal commute day, maybe an hour earlier for the westbound ride. what was 40, 50, 60 minute drive times is now 17 minutes from san francisco from the beginning of the back up on the east shore freeway. 17 minutes if you're coming from the nimitz freeway and 23 to 25 minutes coming out of the macarthur maze on highway 24. right in here at
the heart of the maze there is still some dense traffic. 585 is rapidly returning to normal. before the end of the broadcast we will see the end of the westbound bay bridge back up. all around the bay area we sound much lighter than usual traffic this morning because of the holiday. the san mateo bridge is problem free of the westbound direction, no delays for the golden gate bridge. eight to 10 minutes less than a normal wednesday summertime commute. going back to the traffic maps and just give you a bunch of what is going on around the bay area. the 680 ride through walnut creek, even into the san ramon valley. we almost always see slow traffic here. yesterday it was jammed from the creek to the maze, it did not today. your ride there 580 westbound, 680 southbound all look good. the nimitz freeway are
around hayward, no delays. south bay freeways, slowing on a 1 01 northbound but no big deal. as we mentioned, virtually marked the late free through marin county for 1 01 southbound. >> i just want to talk briefly about folks trying to get to s f o. i checked with their are currently no delays for you getting to s f o. caltrans experiencing some delays outside of bay shore boulevard. when she eventually make your way through the cal train millbrae stop, as of all is providing free shuttle to the airport. we will have more on your alternates coming up in just a couple of minutes. in the meantime, let's focus on the wednesday forecast. i live look behind
me from our roof camera. plenty of sunshine and san francisco. there temperatures are about 64 degrees, low seventies out the door and concord. excessive heat warning according to the national weather service are the next couple of days. this will expire thursday night. it will registered triple digit readings for your afternoon highs. temperatures will be in the upper 60s low '70's are on the coast line. bay area hot spots starting in the east bay, 100 to brent blend. the east bay shoreline, plenty of the '80s to go around. a gorgeous day with the hayward 82 degrees, 86 san leandro. 101 degrees for
morgan hill, downtowns and francisco checking in with low '70's and 80's in san mateo. and wine country, take a look at these numbers. napa up 96, 98 sonoma. we will keep it to mid-90s for santa rosa. if you're heading to embarcadero to watch the fireworks and san francisco tomorrow, expect temperatures in the low to mid-60s. but a tiny fireworks began crowds will start to roll and with wins at 18 to 20 mi. per hour. the extended forecast shows cooler weather on the way. into the weekend, it's a step like this, mid-80s in land and we would keep up with a cooler weather as we have monday and tuesday. >> watching winners and losers on wall street with rob black and the big fourth of july holiday tomorrow.
>> across the whole united states, the chicken breast up 25 percent, overall chicken cost up 10%. drought equals higher prices. we're paying more for our barbecue. >> we have the excise tax kick up 3 1/2 cents a gallon. >> we have that tape deck as we were not consuming gas. they needed to raise an amount of money so they penalize us for not riding which is interesting. i would never have predicted this going into the summer driving season. california has the highest gas in the nation at $4.20. gas prices across the nation average about $3.50. >> paula deemed and a lot of
fallout. i did not realize that district is that far. >> she had 320 tracker low of mechanize pulled into the united states. the fallout is really starting to hurt. she has lost 17 different licenses from home depot, wal-mart, target, j.c. penney, at qvc. the winner here is you and me. we will be able to get polity in goods at discounted stores as tried to get rid of her material. she clearly had no management and her business. 17 manages lost and controversy has really erupted in the last 10 days. be careful what you say, and have good management when you have something bad. >> paula dean's name on it >> ipos can make a big
difference on what people make in san mateo county. >> san mateo residents compares with manhattan at 2400. >> san mateo county is richard dent manhattan? >> it yes. this is out easily skewed because of facebook. if you just a computer programmers, computer programmers and sam eusebio averaged $82,000 per week. it will not be sustainable but congratulations, but they are filled with revenue. >> this ceo of nasdaq pumping his fist and cheering. >> i like that the video.
hour tomorrow for the fourth of july. >> more talks scheduled today after talks yesterday. the ongoing negotiations is a good sign that ac transit operators will be on the job providing normal bus service. management a browsing pay increases will be right back as a kron4 morning news continues. a live look at the golden gate bridge. one of th
>> we continue to watch egypt, it looks like a military coup in egypt is under way. we have live pictures from his third career square in cairo where hundreds of thousands of protesters there and millions across the country are calling for the ouster of president mohammed morsi. he did some battle president has again stated he has no intention of stepping down. that, coming down just before the expiration of a military ultimatum. in a statement, president mohammed morsi warns that his electoral legitimacy is the only safeguard against violence and instability. he said it was a mistake to take sides. he is referring to military leaders who gave him an ultimatum-either meet the demands of millions of protesters calling for his ouster, or the army will intervene to forcibly remove
him. the deadline was 730 our time. that window has come and gone and we are watching live news feeds from tahrir square the epicenter of former president hosni mubarak's ouster back in early 2011. gary are again, only a year since mohammed morsi was elected and on the verge of a military coup. he has instituted changes to the constitution that did not sit well with the majority of the people that you see in the shot. we have heard from egypt in aofficials of that a travel ban has been issued against mohammed morsi and his chief and deputy chief. it looks as if that military coup is beginning to take hold. we will give you the details as we get them. >> 931 a m and a three of the bart workers strike.
there are some improvement in traffic this morning. >> i predicted that we may see the end of the back up before the end of the broadcast, we are on the air until 10:00. take a look of the bay bridge, the backup is ending here. you can see it is wide open and the toll plaza, you can also make up the end of the back up coming from 58, even from 880 here at the top of the ramp. much better conditions today. this only a portion of the fact that tomorrow is a holiday. there is much, much less traffic to day all around the bay area than the first few days of the week. thankfully, we will not have to contend with a much more slow traffic here at the bay bridge. take a look at the approaches and you will see there is no longer a delay from the east shore freeway. there is still some slowing through the macarthur maze, the drive time is 23 minutes. this drive time is
16-17 from the nimitz freeway it is about 14 minutes now. these are very normal rides. the 880 ride is much lighter than usual. the san mateo bridge is still a great alternate route, a little heavier than it would otherwise be if there were no worker strike today. even with that, traffic is very manageable here. are letting you to another accident, a new hot spot on a one-on-one an accident and the southbound direction at third street is not doing much to slow the 1 01 right but the 280 extension is jammed. if you are headed to the airport, did not use the 280 extension. get on the 1 01 and said for your southbound ride. >> taking another look at the bay bridge approach, let's talk about how people are getting to san francisco over the bay. ac transit has been a really great tool for a lot of folks. will tran as
an following the latest on that part of this ongoing story. >> even transportation officials said it had not been for ac transit, this strike would be one for the ages. 400,000 people looking for ways other than the bus, bart, or ferries to get around. i get a chance to talk to an ac transit supervisor and he said they are back to a regular schedule. they're not going back to extra buses at this time bubut they are keeping an eye on it. when they say extra buses, they mean not only their white and green buses they are also talking about yellow buses. >> i am inside a school bus. ac transit when they say they are going over everything, they really mean it. they still have buzz is
coming and going at 21 and broadway. there is still some and the seats year. these people did not have to wait, they looked out including this young woman here. >> you then not have to come in two hours earlier than the other people? >> i got here around 745. >> what did you think when they pulled up this yellow bus? >> i was excited. i've never actually been on one. i'm going to get to work on time so it is looking pretty good. >> coming back from san francisco, this most likely would not be available to you. how you feel about that? >> i'm not so worried about getting home in the evening and i am getting to work in the morning. >> did you have a hard time
yesterday? >> no >> he said no, he is in detention. (laughter) that's not my commute home monday it was terrible, it took an hour and 20 minutes to get to the bay bridge from my office which is about eight blocks. it is really awful. >> did anyone else have any other experiences on monday and tuesday. you can't help but smile, you may i contact. >> i've been taking buses level time. i can see the light instead of a dark tunnel so that is good. >> what did you think when they had this yellow bus pulled up at the ac transit stop barry >> i was good in school. i'm kind of bummed out that this isn't coming back. it's happy hour this time so it's a vacation. i'm not really worried about how i'm getting home. >> by the time they get
wrapped up in san francisco, i hope they all say thank you mr. bus driver. >> i have to tell you, that is the only yellow bus that i saw come through here. they say the morning is the easy part, the heavy lifting is in the afternoon. >> just beetine waldman has been covering this strike. >> there are no lines right now to get on the next. that is expected to depart 15 minutes from now. two ferries, one just pulled up and let off some passengers and the other is it has been here for a little while. i'm not sure how full the ferry is. after staying long lines and hearing from frustrated commuters, this is the first
time we are sensing a little, and oakland. all morning long, i've been talking to passengers as they have been waiting in line for the next very trying get a sense of how they are feeling about the bart strike. i was either in their own words how they're doing. >> they should just get together, naled out. there are a lot of writers who depend on bart. >> if this goes into next week, i can see people get more and more angry. >> i don't agree with the union i think they want to much. i am paying for them and their pensions, i have to pay for my pension, i don't get one. i should not be pain for theirs. i ride our everyday, hold out and wait until they give and. >> they are say they are not fair to them bay say they are not fair to us, we want fair to.
>> i want to stay with another winner here, and read day set up as little as hot dog stand here and said that business is booming in the past two days. people are buying coffee in the morning and hot dogs in the afternoon. some people are benefiting a little from this bart strike. the ferry service has the more ferries and extra staff trying to accommodate people. 20,000 people and have used this service sion tuesday. since there are no lines right now to get on the next two ferries that are set to depart, i am curious to see those figures were turned out. we will have that for you later on tonight in the kron4 evening news. a different schedule for the fourth of july, you can find that on our web site @ kron4 .com. >> we'll be right back as
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>> on to national news, the requirement that businesses provide their workers with health insurance will be let been delayed by one year. this is a key provision in president obama is sweeping health-care law. the treasury department said that the plan for the delay came after the administration received a request from business groups for additional time to comply. under the affordable car acts, business re act, businesses employing more than 50 full-time employees must provide workers' health insurance or they could face penalties. those penalties will now begin in 2015 after next year's congressional elections.
are no longer running here from the west oakland station. the mourning seemed to run smoothly as the commuters use the free west to san francisco. a lot of people are saying is bart strike is wearing them down. >> workers still on strike >> this is a pain in the but >> blind's still very long >> i don't like it, it's irritating >> demeter's waking up early to wait, wait, and wait. >> our e normally awake this early? >> no. >> i got up at 4:00. >> are you getting a little less sleep at night? >> yes, i slept on the bus. >> some people are dealing with these delays of the first time. >> my first day dealing with this. i am sort of in the dark. >> bart used 35 buses to the west oakland station, some
packing and, others riding and style. >> this buzz has burble fleece. >> this is apparently a party buzz that we are taking to work. >> a party mus tbuss? i'll take it. >> if bart employees are still on strike tomorrow, officials tell me the tentative plan is to offer free charter bus service for the same east bay locations. it will only run from 68 in the morning and 4 to 6 on the return trip in the afternoon. it will only run one bus per hour. >> joining us on the phone is one of the bart. board of
directors. are you guys any closer to getting a deal done? >> things are moving at the negotiating table. we are going to meet again today at one. >> we were on the board stands at 96 right? how does this compare to last strike you had? >> right. because there is more bart riders now i think there's a bigger effect on the bay area. >> where you go from here? the really think you can find a common ground to end a strike sent are you any closer? >> i think we do. we will reserve all the benefits that they are enjoying, pension, health care, medical. it also is an offer that is going to allow us to make the investments that we need. >> the event there is a good possibility that today you
may come to agreement? >> we are all hoping that is what happens today. >> i think everyone's a thought was that they would have held off what's happening now until september. let's keep negotiating. >> we offered the unions to work under the existing contract with a 1 percent pay increase that they earned. they were not taking that offered. >> with the new offer that you're getting close to, is that going to be sustainable for bart and the long term? >> i believe so. it is going to be hard getting through the next two years, $6 billion of investments that we need to make. a lot of it will be grants. we have been
told by other agencies that some of it is going to have to come out of that. we will have to reinvest in the system. we will step up or in need to step up to get a clear deal for our employees. the offer we have on the table i believe gets us there. >> it's nice to hear that you're moving along. thank you for joining us this morning. >> it has meant a long time since we have seen this, look at this. the bay bridge toll plaza almost completely cleared out now. the 880 approach as a few cars backed up but at the toll plaza there is no longer a back up into the macarthur maze. the 580 ride is
completely clear from walnut creek all the way to the macarthur maze. the east shore freeway is completely cleared out, no longer any delays there. this is a function of the fact that today is the day before the holiday. we're looking at exceedingly light conditions all around the bay area. this and the sale bridge, the primary alternate delayed free as well as the approaches. a live look of the ride to the golden gate bridge, the right here has been brought light all day long. the accident on highway 1 01 southbound at third street is doing more to slow the ride from the 280 extension been to slow the ride from 1 01 southbound. we mentioned light traffic all around the bay area. live at the 80 corridor, nothing there. 680, highway 4, 282, highway four all clear. the all the mob has of late down to the castro valley ride. the only place we will see slowing is
>> a big it cool down coming friday into the weekend. made '80s. beautiful along the bay as to make our way to the next few days. it should be beautiful for the fireworks. the fog is starting to roll in tomorrow night for the fourth of july. >> looking for to the cool down starting friday. bart workers strike day three, a live look at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza.
the bay bridge in san mateo bridge looking great as well. the afternoon commute may not be as bad from what we saw this morning. bart charter services are is assuming bart strike services one more day. they'll be running buses every hour for the holiday. their meeting again today and hopefully will come to a bargain so we can get the service back tomorrow. >> we'll have a special section on our kron4 .com to keep you updated with what's happening with bart and our facebook page as well as twitter. it sound like they're getting a little bit closer. >> a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel hopefully. thanks for joining us this wednesday morning, you can also join us at 4:00 with pam moore and the rest of the team. >> dr. phil is next.
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