Like this fellow, for instance. You’d think the driver from the five-star-rated UCSF shuttle van / bus / limousine / whatever-you-call-it service would get used to the changes after encountering them multiple times a day. But he appeared to be oblivious.
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Now it might be different in other parts of the world, like in Germany or wherever, but in California driving effectively is a right, not a privilege. The architects of this intersection appear to expect too much from the addled, already-overworked minds of typical drivers.
Isn’t there a way to make things simpler for drivers?