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  1. My experience, missing the 49 Mission Bus to get to my gym to treat my depression, because the Google bus pulled up at the stop I was waiting at and I couldn’t run to the next one 2 blocks away before the 49 passed by ignoring the occupied stop. I do not believe SF is liberal, I believe it is corrupt and trying to hide behind liberalism while corrupting that as well.

    Taking from the poorest to give to the wealthiest, while adding to the 9 billion budget, not liberal at all, not sure what to call that behavior but it is not kind compassionate or fair in any way.

  2. I’ve lived here for 35 years. Change is constant if a city needs to grow. There are already too many cars on the road, including mine. This is the most sensible decision I think I have ever seen the Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors, ever make.