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Bauer's I.T. Blames Union For Loss Of Shuttle Permit

Posted on April 25, 2016

A motorcoach shuttle provider denied a permit to use city bus stops and shuttle zones in San Francisco Monday blamed a union campaign, but transit officials say the company’s record of traffic violations is equally to blame.

Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation, a firm that provides commuter shuttles for workers at several Silicon Valley technology firms, is the only company so far to be denied a permit under The City’s shuttle regulation program, which took effect April 1.

Bauer’s officials said the permit denial could be traced directly to “union politics.” CEO Gary Bauer said in a statement: “The sudden increase in ‘complaints’ about our service? It has everything to do with politics and bears no resemblance to our track record of safe and courteous operations.”

SFBay.com article here

Related Topics: California operators, commuter services, Gary Bauer, motorcoach operators, motorcoaches, regulatory enforcement, San Francisco operators, unionization

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