The 66-Quintara is the Most Useless Bus Line in San Francisco – Here’s the Case for Killing It

Baghdad by the Bay makes the case for killing San Francisco’s Shortest Bus Line:

“This one has been on my mind for some time and after checking the route of the 66 Quintara bus. I think it’s time to put it out of commission. It is the shortest bus route beating the old winner the 37 Corbett and runs from 30th and Vicente to 9th and Judah now. If you need to get anywhere along that route there are other buses that can serve the need in a better way.”

So, it’s about seven blocks long and seven blocks wide?

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Let’s kill this one, kill it dead.

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2 Responses to “The 66-Quintara is the Most Useless Bus Line in San Francisco – Here’s the Case for Killing It”

  1. who_the says:

    Don’t kill the 66. But do move it to run on Noriega. Then it serves the useful purpose of connecting the Taraval, Noriega and Judah corridors with Golden Gate Heights.

  2. Moving it to Noriega wouldn’t work. Then it would overlap with the 71. They should just dump the 66 and make the 48 full time.

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