Seems like an expensive place to live, for what you get:
Posts Tagged ‘shuttle’
But IDK. I’m pretty sure that Reno, NV doesn’t have dozens of public employees whose sole job is to say how great the local transit system is, the way our local SFMTA SFCTA is set up.
Anyway, there’s this:
And this, which looks like a BRT system:
I guess what I’m saying is that it appears that Reno’s transit system is run for Reno, as opposed to the employees of its transit system…
See? The new (to Bauer’s anyway) blue stickers for 2016:
But instead of Driven By Mercedes Benz and Powered By Bauer’s “Intelligent” Transportation shouldn’t it be the opposite instead, you know, owing to the MB engine powering and the Bauer-branded driver, you know, driving?
(What a POS company this has been over the years, sry.)
What else? Oh the BlueTec badge stands for what, the “solar bus” they were trying to promote themselves with a few years back? Or maybe an electric bus or something? No, it’s just plain old diesel, oh well.
And look, the don’t call 311 on us, call us directly sticker is bigger than before now.
These are the new robin’s egg blue decals from the SFMTA – the “pilot” bus program is over, so the old light green decals have expired now.
If you have any beefs with these buses, you’re supposed to call 311, that’s what the new phone icon means. And then you tell them, “Bus 09-5016 just run me over,” or something. That’s the system, baby.
The prefix “09” means LUX LEASING LLC. What’s that? Who the Hell knows, Gentle Reader. It’s some company, somewhere.
And now we’re at the back. Here’s something new to me – a HOW’S MY DRIVING sticker:
‘Cause the “Luxury” Leasing ppl want you complaining to them afore you call up SFGov with your bus beef.
This is how things stand with corporate buses in Frisco in the second half of 2016…
There was this news a few months back of course.
And this is what they’re rolling these days:
Is this an old shuttle ID? I think so. But them diesels engines, them BLUETEC “clean” diesels, well, they run a bit hot, so that’s why decal is falling apart?
If this is the old ID, why not just take it off?
Chinatown Park and Ride: Not a Bad Deal If You Want to Park in the Financh on Weekends for $3, Sort OfThursday, July 28th, 2016
Here’s the sign:
And here’s the program.
And here’s what Yelp has to say.
I didn’t know about this deal- now I know why people are lining up to get into the Golden Gateway Garage before it opens on Saturday mornings.
Seems like a good deal for those who want to while away the hours in C-Town on a Saturday…
I Finally Made It In To BOHEMIAN GROVE – Plus, a Big “Muir Woods Sustainable Access Project” Meeting Tonight in Mill ValleyMonday, June 27th, 2016
Hey, our NPS is having a meeting, about parking, or shuttle buses ‘n stuff like that:
Please join us for a public meeting later this month to update you on the Muir Woods Sustainable Access Project (formerly Muir Woods Site Improvements). This project would preserve resources by improving parking, transit, and pedestrian access at Muir Woods.
DATE: Monday, June 27
TIME: 6-8 pm
LOCATION: Tamalpais High School, Student Center
700 Miller Ave
Mill Valley CA 94941 **Parking on Almonte Ave.**
Key Project Elements: The project scope has been modified in response to further analysis and public input. Key elements include:
Redesign/reorganization of parking (not to exceed the 232 existing personal vehicle spaces)
Improvements to pedestrian trails and walkways connecting parking to monument entrance
Protection of resources by better managing stormwater runoff from parking areas
Completion of plaza improvements begun in 2010
Muir Woods Pedestrian Bridge Replacements
Future Dipsea Trail Bridge
Salmon in Redwood Creek
Public scoping & comment for the Muir Woods Sustainable Access Project was completed in the fall of 2013. An environmental assessment will be released for public review and comment in the fall of 2016 in compliance with the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA).Comments received on cultural resource issues will also be taken into account while coordinating compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
Location: Tamalpais High School, Student Center, 700 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA, 94941
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Contact Name: Mia Monroe
Contact Phone Number: 415-561-4964″
But if you’re one of those weaving spiders, you’re better off staying home…