sf.citi is calling all members and friends to support San Francisco’s Commuter Shuttle Program at the Board of Supervisors next Tuesday, 1/26.
In 2014, SFMTA approved a pilot program to regulate operations of commuter shuttle buses, with the intent to find common sense ways to maximize the benefits of shuttles while minimizing impacts on MUNI and traffic. Last November, SFMTA released findings from the pilot showing huge benefits from shuttles. SFMTA then proposed and passed a new Commuter Shuttles Permit Program to make these regulations permanent. Anti-business activists have appealed the Permit Program to the Board of Supervisors, and seek to dramatically restrict shuttles from operating in San Francisco.
sf.citi has supported the shuttle program since its inception because we believe shuttles reduce traffic and benefit Bay Area workers and commuters. You can show your support by contacting the Board and by joining us next week at the Board of Supervisors meeting to show your approval for this common-sense program.