Tag: San Francisco

Travel & Public Transit

Cruise Ship Held off San Francisco, Pending Coronavirus Testing of Passengers, Crew

March 5, 2020

Via: World Maritime News

Specifically, a cluster of individuals has been identified for testing after a Northern California man in his 70ies died from the illness upon his return from a San Francisco-to-Mexico cruise on Grand Princess from 11-21 of February. The deceased individual […]

Travel & Public Transit

The Missed Connections of San Francisco’s Gleaming New Transit Station

August 21, 2018

Via: Wired

ROLLING INTO SAN Francisco’s new bus terminal has all the vibes of docking with a googie space station—the weird, special bridge into the hangar, the orange color accents behind a white superstructure, glowing information screens everywhere. The heiroglyphically obtuse wayfinding […]


It’s No Use Honking. The Robot at the Wheel Can’t Hear You

October 10, 2017

Via: Transport Topics

As auto accidents go, it wasn’t much: twelve minutes before noon on a cool June day, a Chevrolet Bolt was rear ended as it crawled from a stop light in downtown San Francisco. What made this fender bender noteworthy was […]

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Bay Area ‘tech’ shuttle services growing, study says

September 16, 2016

Via: Metro Magazine

Public and private shuttle services around the Bay Area carried more passengers in the 2014-15 fiscal year than all but six of the region’s public transit agencies, according to the 2016 Bay Area Shuttle Census, released this month by the […]