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Commuter Shuttle Pilot Program in San Francisco: Evaluation Report
Privately operated commuter shuttles, which carry workers from their neighborhoods to transportation hubs or places of work such as Google, Apple and Yahoo, became common in San Francisco. Many residents protested these shuttles because they were not regulated and operated on both large arterial and smaller residential streets; loaded and unloaded passengers in loading zones, public bus zones, and even in the street; and seemed to increase gentrification which would displace long-time residents. In January 2014 the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) adopted the 18-month Commuter Shuttle Pilot Program to test the management of privately operated commuter shuttles by creating a network of shared Muni zones and shuttle-only zones for loading and unloading of passengers. This report provides an evaluation of the program. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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