Ripping on Silicon Valley Shuttles Won’t Solve SF’s Parking-Induced Problems

by Aaron Bialick : sf.sftreetsblog.

The corporate shuttles that whisk tech workers from the highly-valued urban habitat of San Francisco down to the burgeoning suburban campus job centers of Silicon Valley are the newest additions to San Francisco’s streets. But while it’s become convenient for critics to point the finger at this increasingly-visible symbol of gentrification as the cause of everything from skyrocketing rents to blocked Muni stops, that anger is misdirected… (more)

Reasons the shuttles are popular:
They are sized to fit the demand.

They meet their schedules.

And so far as we know they don’t cost the taxpayers a dime. Let’s see Muni compete with that.

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