Loose power feeder line causes Muni delays

It's been a rocky day for Muni, with delays this morning on the K, L and M lines, and a recent power problem on the N-Judah line.

Damage to an overhead power line at 30th Avenue and Judah Street is causing delays along the route, according to spokeswoman Maggie Lynch. Bus shuttles have been deployed for passengers, and repair crews are fixing the problem.

Beginning at 9:30 this morning, riders on the K, L and M Muni lines were required to transfer trains at the Church Street station. Service was repaired by 11 a.m. and bus shuttleswill remain in place until trains are running at their regularly scheduled times.

Service delays were caused by a power feeder line that came loose, according to Lynch.

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