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Old Posted Nov 9, 2010, 11:47 AM
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Maybe they can add 3 or 4 bike lanes to either side of Geary and Van Ness, now that the City is allowed to add environmentally damaging bike lanes, surely an extra long bus that will be covered in tags that doesn't stop at every other block, but every 5 or 6 blocks will be allowed to operate. Oh that's already possible, yeah. Second most dense city in the country and we have a 3rd world mass transit system. People make fun of LA and their car culture and yet they are and they've done it, I'd trade their subway for ours in heart beat, unless I lived in select parts of the East Bay and Oakland and along the Mission corridor here, pretty much an utter disgrace compared to New York or even DC, Chicago, Philly, Boston, hell even Denver, seriously were the second densest big city in the US and we have essentially a super overcrowded bus system, but hey atleast the drivers get a lot of sick pay.
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