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Church Station

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Accessible via elevator No Public restroom   City: San Francisco |  Castro  

Directions to and from Church Station  |  Nearby

 

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Points of interest

Muni Metro

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Muni Metro opens until about midnight. K /T and M lines serve this station at the subway platforms. J line stops on street level at Church Street & Market.

For trains underground, cash fare riders need to buy a Muni ticket or Clipper card from any Muni ticket machine on the concourse level. Riders with a valid Muni ticket or Clipper card can pass through any Muni faregate and proceed to the platform. Riders with other forms of passes or transfers should use the faregate next to the attendant booth and show the pass or transfer to the attendant. Riders must keep the proof of payment for the ride and fare inspectors may ask to see it onboard Muni vehicles or inside the paid area.

The underground station features side platforms. See sign for destination before heading to the platform.

For line J, pay fare on the vehicle with cash or Clipper card when boarding.


Outbound: K M to Balboa Park Downtown: T to Sunnydale, M to Embarcadero
Real time departures:
Next Station: Castro Next Station: Van Ness

Bus

Muni

(Bus conversion due to COVID-19) SF Zoo - Ferry Building
All-nighter: San Francisco Zoo - Fisherman's Wharf
All nighter: Ocean Beach - 4th & King Caltrain
Fillmore: Mission Bay - The Marina
Corbett: Twin Peaks (Parkridge and Burnett) - Haight

Historic Streetcar

F-Market & Wharves streetcars operate on the surface along Market Street and stops at boarding islands on Market St at Church St.