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Twitter: Reminder: 90 minutes until Sunset Tunnel work resumes. #NJudah shuttles btwn Duboce/Church & LaPlaya. 5 minutes
511: Sunset Tunnel Trackway Imporvement Project/SF Muni N-Line Replaced by Shuttles 1 hour More...
On Friday, November 21st, SF Muni reports due to the Sunset Tunnel Trackway Improvement Project. The N Judah rail service will be substituted with bus shuttles between Church & Duboce and Ocean Beach during all regular service hours from about 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 21 until the end of service around 2 a.m. Monday, Nov. 24.The bus shuttles will follow the N Judah Line making regular stops except for the tunnel portion where buses will operate on Haight Street.Regular N rail service will continue to provide service between Caltrain Depot and Church & Duboce. The N Judah stops at Church & Duboce will provide a transfer point between bus shuttles and trains for Muni customers.The Sunset Tunnel track and infrastructure replacements are scheduled for 15 weekends between November 2014 and June 2015. The same tunnel work will resume in early 2015 after the holidays. The next tentative weekend construction dates are Jan. 9, Jan. 23 and Jan. 30, 2015.
Twitter: Moving SF blog update-Panoramas and Public Art: 29 minutes
Twitter: Reminder: Sunset Tunnel work resumes tonight @ 7pm. #NJudah shuttles btwn Duboce/Church & LaPlaya. 1 hour
Twitter: UPDATE: Delay at 22nd & Judah has been cleared. Eastbound #NJudah resuming service. 1 hour

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