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Michael Cabanatuan
San Francisco Chronicle

It’s over – and just in time to ease Tuesday morning’s commute. The four-day BART strike ended Monday night with a tentative agreement between the transit agency and its two largest unions.

Some trains were expected to be running on all lines at 4 a.m. Tuesday morning, but full service wasn’t to be restored until later in the day, probably in time for the afternoon commute.

“This offer is more than we wanted to pay, but it is a new path with our workers and it delivers the BART of the future,” said BART general manager Grace Crunican, who would not release details of the contract because the unions had not had a chance to present it to their members.

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