|Location||598 Market Street, San Francisco, California|
|Line(s)||Market Street subway|
|Platforms||1 island platform (BART)|
1 island platform (Muni Metro)
2 side platforms (Muni surface)
|Tracks||2 wide gauge (BART)|
2 standard gauge (Muni Metro)
2 standard gauge (Muni surface)
|Connections||Muni, Golden Gate Transit, SamTrans|
|Opened||November 5, 1973 (BART) |
February 18, 1980 (Muni Metro)
|2020||42,494 (weekday average) (BART)|
Montgomery Street station (often Montgomery station) is a combined BART and Muni Metro rapid transit station in the Market Street subway. Located under Market Street between Montgomery Street and Sansome Street, it serves the Financial District neighborhood and surrounding areas. The three-level station has a large fare mezzanine level, with separate platform levels for Muni Metro and BART below. With over 42,000 boardings per weekday in 2019, Montgomery Street and Embarcadero station to the north are the two busiest stations in the BART system.
Like the three other shared Muni/BART stations in the Market Street subway, Montgomery has three underground levels. The first level is a fare mezzanine, with two Muni paid areas and two BART paid areas. The second level has a single island platform for Muni Metro, and the third level has an island platform for BART.The station has seven street entrances along its length, plus underground entrances to the One Sansome Street and 44 Montgomery buildings.
The under-construction station was featured in the 1971 film The Organization .BART service at the station began on November 5, 1973, followed by Muni Metro service on February 18, 1980.
Some rush-hour trains on the Antioch line short turn at Montgomery during the morning peak to provide additional Transbay service. Dublin/Pleasanton line trains terminated at Montgomery on some Sundays due to single-tracking in the Market Street Subway from February 16, 2020, to September 20, 2020, when the terminal was moved to 24th Street Mission.
Following the 2015 addition of a canopy over an escalator at 19th Street Oakland station, which reduced escalator downtime by one-third, BART decided to add canopies to all downtown Oakland and San Francisco entrances.Construction of the Market Street entrances at Montgomery station began in February 2021. Completion is expected in 2027. The entrances on the southern side of the station were closed from April 13, 2020, to May 15, 2021, due to low ridership during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On September 13, 2021, the center portion of the mezzanine level and the southern entrance eats of 2nd Street were closed for construction of a BART traction power substation. The entrance and mezzanine passage are expected to reopen in 2023.
Under the planned Better Market Street project, the inbound F stop would be discontinued to reduce travel times.
Muni's F Market and Wharves heritage streetcar line stops on the surface at Market and 2nd Street (outbound) and Market and New Montgomery (inbound). The station is also served by a number of Muni bus and trolleybus routes:
AC Transit serves Montgomery Street station with the 800 All Nighter route during hours that BART is not operating.
Additional Muni (14, 14R, 14X), Golden Gate Transit (30, 70, 101, 101X), and SamTrans (292, 397, 398, FCX) bus routes run on Mission Street, one block away. The Transbay Transit Center, located about 1⁄4 mile (0.40 km) to the east, is the primary San Francisco terminal for AC Transit transbay routes, WestCAT, Greyhound Lines, Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach buses, some Golden Gate Transit routes, and Muni route 25.
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