While the NX-Judah Express has become a permanent fixture for Muni, the agency is hesitant about adding more complementary bus lines to its transit system. Read More
Cole Valley residents will get an update tomorrow night on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s plans to upgrade rail infrastructure along Carl Street.
The rail project, scheduled to begin next year, will repair trackway used by Muni’s N-Judah on Carl Street between Arguello Boulevard and Cole Street. The work is part of an ongoing citywide project to replace Muni’s aging rail infrastructure, much of it over three decades old. Read More
Passengers frustrated with four troubled Muni lines should soon start noticing service improvements on their routes.
Based on customer feedback, on-time performance data and input from transit operators, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, which operates Muni, is changing the scheduling, stops and frequency of its N-Judah, J-Church, 28-19th Avenue Limited and F-Market lines, which collectively carry nearly 93,000 daily passengers. Read More
Candlestick Park is tucked away in a remote, underserved section of southeastern San Francisco, creating a nightmarish game-day traffic situation. But taking public transit isn’t any better — Muni’s long, lumbering T-Third Street light-rail line drops passengers off a mile from the stadium.
For the 49ers’ season opener against the Seahawks on Sunday, The San Francisco Examiner attempted to find out the least painful way to get to the game: driving or taking Muni. Read More
Service is beginning to return to normal after an N-Judah train derailed at the Church and Duboce streets intersection before going underground Thursday evening.What caused the train to derail is unknown, but the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency is investigating the incident, according to agency spokesman Paul Rose. Read More
Police stormed into an N-Judah light rail vehicle with guns drawn during rush hour Wednesday on reports that a man was armed with a gun.
At gunpoint, they ordered the man to lie on the ground before handcuffing him and discovering he was carrying a BB gun, police at Taraval Station said.
The incident occurred in the 1500 block of Judah Street at around 6:20 p.m. Read More
Commuters on Muni’s Metro trains experienced delays Wednesday morning due to an equipment malfunction.All trains except for the N-Judah and J-Church were running on manual mode in the underground system — making things slower than usual, agency spokesman Paul Rose said. A problem with a sander hose near Church Street Station disrupted the system’s automatic signal timing, forcing the trains to run in manual mode. Read More
Portions of Muni’s heavily-used N-Judah line will be closed down next year due to construction work on Carl Street in San Francisco's Cole Valley neighborhood.
The $18.3 million project, expected to begin in February, will replace tracks on Carl Street between Arguello Boulevard and Cole Street. Read More
I had a couple of reasons why I wanted to race the N-Judah in the latest installment of the Man vs. Muni series.
Muni managers have groused in the past about the large number of stops on The City’s most-traveled transit line, which considerably slows down service. I also heard frequent horror stories from readers about being passed up by overcrowded N-Judah trains, and I wanted to see if Muni’s new complimentary express shuttles were actually working as advertised. Read More
Although it’s still early in the experiment, the N-Judah Express bus has been called a success by Muni officials. Read More