Archive | October, 2013

25 October 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Construction Update | October 26-November 4

On Stockton Street, we are beginning to restore the construction zone. We plan to reopen the road to traffic in November for the holiday season. During the next 10 days, tunneling and tunneling preparatory work will continue in SoMa, Union Square and North Beach. Work to prepare for station construction is continuing in Chinatown and […]

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18 October 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Construction Update | October 19-28

This week we demolished the gas station that stood at the future Yerba Buena/Moscone Station site. Seen from above, the site is now graded. In a few years, the station entrance will stand here. During the next 10 days, tunneling and tunneling preparatory work will continue in SoMa, Union Square and North Beach. Work to […]

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11 October 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Construction Update | October 12-21

Central Subway construction has started in Chinatown. The first work involves relocating and improving utility lines and demolishing the building at the future station site. During the next 10 days, tunneling and tunneling preparatory work will continue in SoMa, Union Square and North Beach. Work to prepare for station construction is continuing in Chinatown and […]

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04 October 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Construction Update | October 5-14

Tunnel construction continues beneath 4th Street with our first tunneling machine, Mom Chung. Our second tunneling machine, Big Alma, launches in the coming weeks. During the next 10 days, tunneling and tunneling preparatory work will continue in SoMa, Union Square and North Beach. Work to prepare for station construction is continuing in Chinatown and northern […]

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02 October 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Now starting: Construction of Central Subway stations, tracks and operating systems

This building in Chinatown will be demolished soon to make way for the Central Subway Chinatown Station. Last month, we started the first construction activities to build the Central Subway’s stations, tracks and operating systems. This work will extend the Muni Metro T Third Line underground to improve public transit in some of San Francisco’s […]

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