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S.F. Muni proposes policy to share stops with shuttles

Posted on July 23, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO — The Municipal Transportation Agency (Muni) is proposing an 18-month test of a shuttle policy designed to support the private buses, which transport as many as 35,000 workers a day, mostly to and from tech companies in Silicon Valley, while reducing conflicts with Muni buses and establishing guidelines in an effort to impose some order on the out-of-control industry, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

The policy, which is still being developed, proposes Muni share 100 of its stops with private commuter shuttles, give priority to its own buses and charge a fee to the private operators, according to the report.

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