Why Does SFMTA MUNI DPT Put “ELECTRIC POWERED” Stickers on Its Diesel-Powered Buses?

It’s a simple question.

Now actually, the SFMTA does have electric buses.

But those vehicles don’t have ”ELECTRIC POWERED” stickers.

The only MUNI vehicles with ”ELECTRIC POWERED” on the side are diesels

Thusly:

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Isn’t it ironic?

Dont’cha think?

Hey! Speaking of MUNI and diesel, the term “Biodiesel” is a lie the way the SFMTA uses it.

How about that?

Hey! Speaking of MUNI and petroleum products, which has spilled more into San Francisco Bay – the famous oil-spilling Cosco Busan or MUNI? 

Can you guess? It’s MUNI.

In closing, MUNI sucks.

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3 Responses to “Why Does SFMTA MUNI DPT Put “ELECTRIC POWERED” Stickers on Its Diesel-Powered Buses?”

  1. TinyTim says:

    Perhaps the kneeling function is electric-powered? I genuflect before the great power, Electricas. Hail Electricas: savior of the planet and thank you for allowing me to exit this Munificent bus without sprawling to the ground.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    THat could be it, the kneeling!

  3. Now that the public is becoming obsessed with being “green,” often without even knowing what that truly means, the industry giants are exploiting that tendency every way they can. Stop the madness!

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