Listen: Bay Bridge, San Francisco And Richmond discussed on 24 Hour News
"Controllers working without paychecks during the government shutdown, traffic and weather together at one we start in San Francisco. Yes, San Francisco eastbound before the bay bridge all lanes are now open after a fatal crash has been cleared. But I am still seeing residual sluggish delays from fourth street to about the lower deck of the bay bridge. Although it is getting a lot better. It's only sluggish traffic rather than bumper to bumper and then moving into Richmond and the pinola area. Eastbound eighty from. Richmond Parkway to abbey and way, the right lane is closed because of guardrail repair as well as that happy and way offramp and Jan of KCBS phoneforce giving us a call letting me know that the power is out in that area. So this is slowing things down even further. Luckily cars seem to be getting around just fine. But it's obviously going to be a little bit difficult seeing out there. Thanks to Jan of the KCBS phone force back out to the Tracy area. Five eighty eastbound, especially right around two oh five you have paving going on. And it's really slammed there and your next traffic update. One eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS. Back with us today. Starting in the morning in the north bay everywhere by midday, wet and windy day. Highs in the fifties to low sixties we're looking at a wind advisory today for the higher elevations of the bay area. A high surf advisory will be in effect for the coast from nine tonight until nine pm Wednesday. Traffic and weather together on the eighth and all news one six nine AM seven forty KCBS GT VR be olym- WB there in a few. You may think that these kinds of texts are fine because of their length, and you can easily send them at a stop light. But no answering one texts can take your attention away from the road for five seconds and traveling at fifty five miles an hour. That's enough time to travel the length of a football fields make decisions don't take singer. Visit stoptextstopwrecks dot ORG. A message brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety."