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List of Muni Metro stations

Muni Metro is a light rail system serving San Francisco, California. Operated by the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni), a part of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), Muni Metro serves 162,500 passengers a day, making it the second busiest light rail system in the United States.[1]

Two subway stations, West Portal Station and Forest Hill Station, and five of the six light-rail lines, J Church, K Ingleside, L Taraval, M Ocean View, and N Judah, were remnants of an extensive streetcar system that survived the mass conversion to buses in the 1950s.[2] In 1980, seven subway stations, from Embarcadero Station to Castro Street Station, were opened with the inauguration of the Market Street Subway underneath Market Street, marking the conversion of San Francisco's streetcar system into the Muni Metro.[3] In 1998, four surface stations on The Embarcadero opened, connecting the newly constructed AT&T Park (then called Pacific Bell Park) and Caltrain to Muni Metro.[4][5] In 2007, the T Third Street line was started along 18 new surface stations built along new track laid from Caltrain down the eastern side of the city to the city line.[6]

The system consists of nine subway stations and twenty-four surface stations with high-level platforms that allow for level boarding.[7]There are also eighty-seven surface stops[8] whose features vary anywhere between low-level platforms, traffic islands, and markers painted on nearby utility poles.[9] Four stations, from Embarcadero to Civic Center, are shared with Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). The oldest stations are Forest Hill and West Portal, built in 1918,[10] while the newest stations were opened as part as the Third Street Light Rail Project in 2007.[6]

Subway stations



Transfer stations with BART
Transfer stations with BART/Line termini
Station[a] Line(s) Platform Layout Year Opened
Castro Street Side 1980
Church Street Side 1980
Civic Center Island 1980
Embarcadero Island 1980
Forest Hill Side 1918[10][11]
Montgomery Street Island 1980
Powell Street Island 1980
Van Ness Island 1980
West Portal Side 1918[10]

Surface stations



Transfer stations with Caltrain
Line termini
Transfer stations with Caltrain/Line termini
Station[a] Line(s) Platform Layout Year Opened
20th Street Side 2007
23rd Street Side 2007
2nd and King Island 1998[4]
4th and King[b] Island 1998[4]
4th and King [b] Island 2007
Arleta Island 2007
Brannan Island 1998[4]
Carroll Side 2007
Evans Side 2007
Folsom Island 1998[4]
Gilman/Paul Side 2007
Hudson/Innes Island 2007
Kirkwood/La Salle Island 2007
Le Conte Island 2007
Marin Street Side 2007
Mariposa Side 2007
Mission Rock Side 2007
Oakdale/Palou Island 2007
Revere/Shafter Island 2007
San Francisco State University Island 1993[12]
Stonestown Island 1993[12]
Sunnydale Island 2007
UCSF Mission Bay Side 2007
Williams Side 2007

Notes

a A Muni Metro stop must have high-level platform(s) to be classified as a station.
b The N Judah station platform is located on the median of King Street immediately southwest of the 4th and King intersection, adjacent to the Caltrain depot. The T Third Street station platform is located on the median of 4th Street immediately southeast of the intersection.[13]

References

San Francisco Bay Area portal
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