Trolleys San Francisco MUNI
Light Rail vehicals that run on the surface and in subways.
F-Line J-Line K-Line N-Line New Light Rail Vehicle T-Line
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F-Line, Of Historic MUNI Trolleys

Historic trolleys that run out San Franciso's Market Street and out the Embarcadero.

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J-Line, MUNI (LRV) Trolleys

The J-Line runs along the Market Street subway then surfaces to run along Church Street.

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K-Line, MUNI (LRV) Trolleys

The K Ingleside runs from downtown in the Market Street subway out to Balboa Park.

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N-Line, MUNI (LRV) Trolleys

The N-Judah line runs from 4th and King Streets along the Embarcadero, then under Market Street in the subway, then exitsat Church Street to run out on Judah and Irving Streets.

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New Light Rail Vehicle, SFMTA MUNI (LRV) Trolleys, San Francisco, California

Muni Metro is the United States' third-busiest light rail system, operating a fleet of 151 light rail vehicles (LRV) with an average weekday ridership of 173,500 passengers. The Muni Metro system consists of 71.5 miles (115.1 km) of standard-gauge track, seven light rail lines (six regular lines and one peak-hour shuttle), three tunnels, nine subway stations, twenty-four surface stations and eighty-seven surface stops.[from SFMTA website]

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T-Line, MUNI (LRV) Trolleys

The T-Third line runs along 3rd Street to 4th and King. An extension is being dug to carry it undergroundinto Chinatown.

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