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Pay Up, You Rich Tech Commuter Buses

Posted on January 7, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO -- Employee shuttle buses for Silicon Valley technology and Peninsula biotech firms, which have become a symbol of income disparity in San Francisco, will soon be charged for using public bus stops, city officials said Monday.

Under the 18-month pilot program that Lee announced Monday, shuttle operators, such as Bauer's Intelligent Transportation and Compass Transportation, will need a city permit to use Muni bus stops. 

SFgate.com article here

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