Sinkhole causing some transit delays in SF

Sinkhole near 24th and Church streets (San Francisco Public Utilities Commission via Twitter)

Sinkhole near 24th and Church streets (San Francisco Public Utilities Commission via Twitter)

A sinkhole reported in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood is causing delays for some San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency light rail lines this morning.

The J Church line is blocked in both directions at the intersection of 24th and Church streets because of the sinkhole, SFMTA officials said on Twitter at 5:45 a.m.

The SFMTA is running shuttle buses between the Balboa Park Muni station and 22nd and Church streets, to replace J-train service.

Additionally, the N Judah line may also be impacted, according to SFMTA officials.

Shuttles are being sent to provide supplemental service to passengers, according to SFMTA officials.

No other details were immediately available.

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