The woman killed by a passenger train Monday evening has been identified as Leila Ruth Dewitt, 42, of Mountain View, according to a spokesperson for the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office.
The spokesperson said Wednesday that no other information could be released until an official investigation is complete. The incident is tentatively being considered a suicide.
Southbound train No. 276 struck Dewitt at about 6:35 p.m. Monday, and trains were temporarily stopped in both directions, according to Caltrain spokesperson Christine Dunn.
Dunn said it appears the woman intentionally went in front of the train, but the official cause of the death remains under investigation by the county medical examiner's office.
There was no report of injuries to passengers on the Gilroy-bound train.
Northbound tracks were reopened at about 7:25 p.m. Monday. Trains single-tracked through the area at a reduced speed late into Monday night, with delays of up to an hour, Dunn said.