The California Highway Patrol reports all the Bay Area bridges are okay after the earthquake in Napa early Sunday morning.
The CHP Golden Gate Office said there was some buckling, or cracks, in roadways, including Highway 121 at Cuttings Wharf. But, major roadways are still open, the CHP said.
The City of Napa reports there are some city street closed including First, Second and Third streets near Main.
ACE Trains said its 49ers train from Stockton is cancelled, and Amtrak's Capitol Corridor Train service from Sacramento to San Jose is suspended. Caltrain and BART reported their services are running as scheduled.
The CHP Golden Gate Office advised drivers to be prepared Sunday evening for delays and extra traffic with more cars on the roads following the two big Bay Area sporting events -- the 49ers game and the Go Pro Indy series in Sonoma.
Both events are still scheduled.
The CHP said to treat any areas where traffic lights are out as a four-way stop.
ABC7/KGO reported some street damage near Hwy 121 and Hwy 12, where traffic controls may be in effect. The SF Gate reported road damage on Old Sonoma Road at Congress Valley Road, near Napa.
The CHP incident report in the Bay Area is updated with road conditions 24 hours a day at http://cad.chp.ca.gov/Traffic.aspx
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