What Does This Photo of a 38 Geary Bus Stop Tell You About MUNI and San Francisco?

Do you think that the people who installed the tree, the garbage can, the bus shelter/ad, and the curved stone walkway (on land that belongs to the nearby apartment complex) were all working together on this one?

I don’t. But at least the forgotten peds have the patio pavers now so they don’t have to walk through mud anymore… 

Looking west into the pouring sun:

There’s a feeling I get/  When I look to the west/ And my spirit is crying for leaving Click to expand

I mean, MUNI sucks, right? Don’t the people at MUNI know that by now?

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2 Responses to “What Does This Photo of a 38 Geary Bus Stop Tell You About MUNI and San Francisco?”

  1. Al says:

    Well, what would you have them do? It’s not obvious that there’s a better arrangement. The trees can’t be moved, and there are a lot of them, so you can’t get away from them. You could put the bus stop in line with the trees, but then it would open right onto the street, making it hard to get in or out for old people.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Forget about moving the tree, why not just chop it down? How about two bus shelters together? What’s wrong with people having a foot or two to walk behind the shelter(s)?