Does the Genentech Bus Offer Workers Door-to-Door Service from San Francisco to South SF and Back?

It sure looks that way.

You’ll see a Genentech bus driving in some unexpected place and then it’ll stop to let one worker out.

I guess this makes sense since it’s a smaller company and the commute isn’t all that far, you know, compared to Google and the others.

Seen here on Page Street, to avoid congested Haight, to be lower-profile, to get around faster? 

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Why are your buses so big, G-Tech?

Perhaps you could get by with smaller vehicles?

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2 Responses to “Does the Genentech Bus Offer Workers Door-to-Door Service from San Francisco to South SF and Back?”

  1. commuter says:

    Uh….the buses travel long routes…maybe you are just seeing the end of the route….my bus goes all the way up 19th avenue on up to San Rafael. Only 1 person may get off at my stop but there are still 30 people on the bus. By the time it hits San Rafael there may only be a couple of people left…Basically these buses keep cars off the road which is good for all of us….

  2. sfcitizen says:

    San Rafael? Holy Toledo.

    I don’t know, it looks like G-Tech is using an interstate bus like a taxi, you know, compared with Google, for example.

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