Pesto claims far-flung, low-density autocentric suburbs like Fremont and Walnut Creek have "great transit" and San Francisco's Sunset District is "quite suburban" with "no transit." Alas, none of that is obviously true.
Fremont and Walnut Creek, with very low population densities of 2,763 and 3,246 persons per square mile respectively, are unquestionably suburban and autocentric. Both do have some local bus service and each is served by BART until about midnight, the witching hour for public transit in the suburbs. Fremont's BART station sees 7,670
average daily riders; Walnut Creek's has 6,236 daily riders.
The Sunset District has a population density of 14,934
ppsm. The area enjoys 24-hour bus service and is served by two SF Muni light rail lines, including the city's busiest, the N Judah, which sees 45,252
daily boardings--more passengers on average than entire light rail systems
in some other US cities. The other rail line serving the Sunset, the L Taraval, sees 29,842 daily boardings.
Pesto's dubious claims rely, as usual, only upon ludicrous personal definitions for phrases like "suburban," "great transit" and "no transit" that are divorced from reality in order to fit his weird obsession with abasing San Francisco.