Muni Third Street Line, Day One

T-Third rollsign

Today I took some pictures on the first day of Muni’s new T-Third service. It was a fun trip; I’d never gotten out to that part of town before, and like Mark, I’m also “a bit of a transit nerd.” Highlights after the jump.

Muni workers on platform

There were a lot of Muni workers handing out brochures and answering questions.

23d Street

Here’s a classy move. The design of the stations is echoed in . . .

The design of the streetlights echoes that of the stations

. . . the design of the streetlights. Also, each station has a sort of mast with a distinct emblem. Here’s Kirkwood:

Kirkwood/La Salle

here’s Oakdale:

Oakdale / Palou / Opera House

and here’s Arleta:

Arleta

The neighborhood itself has some nice scenes as well:

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Or this view of the bay over the 101:

101

This might be my favorite picture of the day, though–these kids got on while I was waiting at Arleta, and agreed to let me take their picture:

These kids like the T.

If you go, consult Muni’s T-Third page for further information. Enjoy!

6 Comments so far

  1. tourista (unregistered) on January 14th, 2007 @ 3:45 am

    how can you guys claim to be running a website about SF if you’ve never even been into all of it’s neighborhoods?

    you were waiting for a half billion $ train to be built to take you?


  2. Rocco (unregistered) on January 14th, 2007 @ 7:23 am

    That is pretty funny. Some of the cats writing about this line come off as, well…

    We should all fear BVHP man!!


  3. tyler82 (unregistered) on January 14th, 2007 @ 12:43 pm

    “cats”
    Are you 70 years old?


  4. Adam (unregistered) on January 14th, 2007 @ 1:13 pm

    Eh, I’m not sure; I could see it being time to bring back “cats.” I knew somebody in college who said she had a lot of friends who were cats, by which she meant jazz musicians.

    As for ph33r of BVHP, I live in the Tenderloin. :-)


  5. tyler82 (unregistered) on January 14th, 2007 @ 1:39 pm

    I think residents of BVHP should fear this new train, as it will surely raise land values and sweep them even further away.


  6. Rocco (unregistered) on January 14th, 2007 @ 2:13 pm

    I agree.



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