[nfb-talk] Top 10 Cities with Best Transportation

T. Joseph Carter carter.tjoseph at gmail.com
Thu Feb 17 23:23:28 UTC 2011

See, that didn’t used to be the case.  North and South bay systems 
made no pretense of connection, and San Francisco buses did run 
pretty frequently, but at very odd and unpredictable times.

Glad to know that it has evolved a bit.  Now if they can just make 
SFO no longer make you want to tear your hair out…  *grin*


On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 04:37:12AM -0800, Darian Smith wrote:
>I'm not  surprised that San Francisco is on the list.  Busses run
>ffairly  on the regular, they run pretty much anywhere in the city,
>you can connect to any other transit   agency in the bay area... I
>think it works quite well.   it isn't perfect though, as if you want
>to find a particular bus out of three or so  who so happen to stop at
>the same stop at the  same time, you need to be ready to  dash to  a
>bus and hope that it's the right one. if they had stop poles like they
>do in denver, that would be a little helpful.  The busses in San
>Francisco have automated  bus announcements, though sometimes the bus
>drivers neglect to turn them on.
> But, if you want to get somewhere in the  city, or leave the city,
>you can do that.

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