28 December 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Introducing weekly Central Subway construction update emails

Today we are excited to announce the debut of our Central Subway construction update emails. These emails will provide information about Central Subway construction along the project alignment in SoMa, Union Square, Chinatown and North Beach. Starting today, we will email these updates weekly on Fridays to provide an overview of the Central Subway construction […]

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19 November 2012 ~ 10 Comments

Construction Update: Central Subway construction during the holiday season

This construction site near Union Square will be restored and reopened to traffic during the holiday season. During the holiday season, construction at some currently active Central Subway construction sites will pause, with roadways and pedestrian walkways restored to regular use. At other sites, construction will continue. This blog post provides a summary of construction […]

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15 June 2012 ~ 0 Comments

SF Examiner on the Central Subway Project: It’s time to get onboard

The Central Subway will extend Muni’s T Third Line through central San Francisco. In today’s San Francisco Examiner, the editorial board strongly endorses the Central Subway project, saying the extension of the T Third Line through SoMa, Union Square and Chinatown “will be a major asset to San Francisco”: “It is time for everyone to […]

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12 June 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Bids opened for Chinatown Station contract

Bids for the contract to construct the Chinatown Station, depicted here, were opened today. Today at the headquarters of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), bids were opened for the contract to construct the Central Subway’s Chinatown Station. The four bids for the contract were submitted by the following firms: Frontier-Kemper/Tutor-Saliba Joint Venture – […]

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23 March 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Construction Update: Wrap, drilling complete; utility relocation continues

Paving O’Farrell Street. Since our last construction update, Central Subway contractors have continued to make progress, completing the following work: Drilling operations around Union Square to collect information about the chemical conditions of soil and groundwater Installation of a decorative wrap at 933 to 949 Stockton Street, the future site of the Chinatown Station Installation of […]

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16 March 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Mayor Lee, local leaders unveil decorative wrap at Chinatown Station site

Mayor Lee spoke about the benefits of the Central Subway today at a press conference in Chinatown. The Central Subway will improve public transportation in San Francisco, create thousands of jobs and enhance the quality of life of residents and visitors alike. That’s what Mayor Edwin M. Lee and other local leaders and community members […]

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28 February 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Check It Out: Our Project Google Map

We’re excited to announce that we have launched a useful online tool to keep you informed about the Central Subway Project: the Central Subway Project Google Map. The map displays a variety of information about the project and its impacts along the project alignment in SoMa, Union Square and Chinatown. Check back frequently for the latest details […]

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24 February 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Update: Progress on Chinatown Station Property and Contract

The rendering above (top) depicts the design of the future Chinatown Station. Construction is expected to be completed in 2017. The building currently at this site (bottom) will be demolished to make way for the new station. We have exciting news about the Chinatown Station property and contract. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) […]

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24 February 2011 ~ 1 Comment

CS Team at Chinese New Year Events

Central Subway volunteers celebrated the start of the Year of the Hare and supported the local community at several Chinese New Year events recently.  On Feb. 13, several runners from the Central Subway office participated in the annual YMCA Chinese New Year Fun Run which had several thousand participants.  SFMTA employee Jason Lee finished 2nd […]

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