Church and 24th Street station

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Church and 24th Street
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Inbound train at Church and 24th Street, January 2019.JPG
An inbound train at Church and 24th Street in 2019
LocationChurch Street at 24th Street
San Francisco, California
Coordinates37°45′06″N 122°25′39″W / 37.75170°N 122.42743°W / 37.75170; -122.42743Coordinates: 37°45′06″N 122°25′39″W / 37.75170°N 122.42743°W / 37.75170; -122.42743
Owned byMuni
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsBus transport Muni: 48
Disabled accessYes
OpenedAugust 11, 1917[1]
Preceding station BSicon LOGO SFmuni.svg Muni Following station
Church and Clipper
towards Balboa Park
J Church Church and 22nd Street
towards Embarcadero

Church and 24th Street is a light rail stop on the Muni Metro J Church line, located in the Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, California. The station opened with the line on August 11, 1917.

In March 2014, Muni released details of the proposed implementation of their Transit Effectiveness Project (later rebranded MuniForward), which included a variety of stop changes for the J Church line. Under that plan, a traffic light would replace the stop signs at the intersection of Church Street and 24th Street; the platforms would be moved to the far side of the intersection in each direction, allowing trains to pass through the signal without stopping.[2]


  1. ^ Perles, Anthony (1981). The People's Railway: The History of the Municipal Railway of San Francisco. Interurban Press. p. 61. ISBN 0916374424.
  2. ^ "Chapter 3: Proposals by Route". Transit Effectiveness Project Implementation Workbook (PDF). San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. March 24, 2014. pp. 52–56.

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