A fallen tree is blocking the inbound J and F Muni lines in San Francisco’s Glen Park neighborhood this morning, according to Muni officials.

The tree is on the tracks near the intersection of San Jose Avenue and Randall Street.

Crews are working to clear the tracks to allow the inbound J and F lines to resume regular service, Muni officials said.

Bus shuttles are supplementing service for riders this morning, according to Muni officials.

Hannah Albarazi, Bay City News

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  • Becca K

    When did the F start running to Glen Park?

    • MZ

      It doesn’t run to Glen Park, but the F line uses the J tracks to get from the car barn to and from Market St. You can usually ride the F-line streetcars down Church if you happen to catch one going in/out of service unless the vehicle is defective or the operator just doesn’t feel like having passengers (it is Muni, after all).

  • Becca K

    When did the F start running to Glen Park?

    • MZ

      It doesn’t run to Glen Park, but the F line uses the J tracks to get from the car barn to and from Market St. You can usually ride the F-line streetcars down Church if you happen to catch one going in/out of service unless the vehicle is defective or the operator just doesn’t feel like having passengers (it is Muni, after all).