The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit resumed service early Tuesday morning after its two largest unions reached a tentative agreement on labor contracts.

"This is a good package for our union members while still allowing the District to make the necessary investments in our infrastructure," BART general manager Grace Crunican said in a statement. "That investment is critical to the future of the Bay Area."

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