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J-Church to return to downtown subway service

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J-Church trains will return to downtown subway service next winter after the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board rejected the staff's preferred recommendation that the line continue to end at the Church Street and Duboce Avenue intersection.

Last December, SFMTA altered the route when it revived train car service along the J-Church through Noe Valley and the Castro neighborhoods.

The transit agency had mothballed the subway line for much of 2020 due to the COVID pandemic. Rather than heading underground via the tunnel at Church and Duboce to service the downtown subway stations, the J-Church trains now make their last inbound stop at that intersection.

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