N and J Line Rail and Street Improvements
From 8 p.m., Friday through 5 a.m., Monday, the SFMTA will continue construction for the Church and Duboce Project with track work on Church Street between Reservoir and 14th streets and the reconstruction of the boarding island on Church at 14th Street.
The Carl Street project will include track replacement on Carl Street between Willard and Stanyan streets, including demolition. Track work will also be done on Judah Street at the intersections of 10th and 14th avenues.
Muni service adjustments and traffic detours will need to start an hour earlier at 7 p.m. on Friday and will continue through construction hours.
The N Line will be shut down with substitute service provided by bus shuttles from Ocean Beach to Church Street. No N Line service will be operated in the Metro subway; however, supplemental rail service will be in place between Castro Station and the Caltrain Station at 4th and King streets.
The J Church Line will operate between the Balboa Park Station and Market Street. J Line customers will need to transfer between the Church Street Metro Station and the Church Street stop between Market and 15th streets.
N Judah bus shuttles will operate all weekend between Ocean Beach and Church Street.
From La Playa to Arguello the N buses will follow the regular N Line route.
East of Arguello the N service will re-route around the construction and street closure.
The service will run as an express between Cole and Frederick and Castro and Duboce.
Rail service on the J Church Line will only operate between Balboa Park Muni Metro/BART Station and Church and Market streets.
J Church customers can transfer at Church and Market streets between regular J Line service on the street and Metro subway service provided by the K, L, M and T lines between Church Station and Embarcadero Station.
The 22 Fillmore Route will need to detour around Church and Duboce streets.
No service will operate via Castro and 18th streets.
The N Owl will run between Ocean Beach and Caltrain (4th & King) with a detour on Frederick Street instead of Carl Street and a detour around Church and Duboce streets. N Owl bus service will be re-routed from Carl Street onto Frederick Street.
The construction will require the closure of Church Street between Reservoir and 14th streets.
Driveways to the Safeway Plaza will be closed on Church Street; those on Market Street will remain open.
Westbound Carl Street will be closed between Willard and Stanyan streets.
No parking will be allowed on either side of Carl Street between Stanyan and Willard streets
Parking on Cole Street near the Carl Street intersection may be temporarily unavailable.
Judah Street at 10th and 14th avenues will require partial lane closures in both directions.
Street parking will not be available in and around the construction sites.
Temporary bus stops on Frederick Street (two at Cole and one at Stanyan) for the N bus shuttles will require parking removal as will the extension of the bus stop at 14th and Church streets and equipment staging on 14th Avenue near Judah.
Local access will be granted and all local businesses will remain open.
Fillmore Street Jazz Festival
On Saturday and Sunday the Fillmore Street Jazz Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day on Fillmore Street between Jackson and Eddy streets.
The following street closures will be required:
From 12 a.m., Saturday to midnight, Sunday
?? Fillmore Street between Jackson and Eddy streets
?? Washington, Wilmot and Clay streets between Webster and Steiner streets
?? Intersections: Ellis, Wilmot, O’Farrell, Washington and Clay streets at Fillmore Street
From 7 a.m., Saturday to midnight, Sunday
?? O’Farrell Street between Fillmore and Steiner streets
The closure of O’Farrell Street is also designated for the Fillmore Farmers’ Market which will take place from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
The following Muni routes will be affected:
?? 1 California
?? 2 Clement
?? 3 Jackson
?? 22 Fillmore
?? 24 Divisadero
?? 31 Balboa
?? 38 Geary
Monitored bicycle parking will be available on Fillmore Street between Ellis and O’Farrell streets.