"On weekdays, private busses shuttle roughly 35,000 workers from San Francisco to tech companies across Silicon Valley," writes Bill Bradley. "They’re often outfitted with Wi-Fi and other amenities you would never imagine on public transit. But in response to the chaos that these shuttles are bringing to public bus stops, Muni has proposed an 18-month test period during which it and the private operators will share 100 stops."
"The proposal is basically asking the shuttles to play nice: Use these specific 100 stops, don’t sit there for too long and do your best to stay out of the way. There will be a still-undetermined fee, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, which seems like a step in the right direction."