Stockton Street Tunnel
|Location||San Francisco, California|
|Opened||December 29, 1914|
|Owner||City of San Francisco|
|Operator||City of San Francisco|
|Traffic||Automotive and pedestrian|
|Length||911 feet (278 m)|
|Number of lanes||3|
|Tunnel clearance||13 feet (4 m)|
|Width||50 feet (15 m)|
The Stockton Street Tunnel is a tunnel in San Francisco, California, and carries its namesake street underneath a section of Nob Hill near Chinatown for about three blocks. The south portal is located just shy of Bush Street, which is about two blocks to the north of Union Square. The north portal is located just to the south of the Sacramento Street intersection.
- Engineering & Contracting. vol. XLIII (no. 5). Chicago: The Myron C.Clark Publishing Co. February 3, 1915. p. 93. Retrieved 4 September 2010.
- Kevin Wallace (21 December 1952). "The City's Tunnels: When S.F. Can't Go Over, It Goes Under Its Hills". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 4 September 2010.