Good Morning Mission!

 

It is 7 a.m, 50° and headed to 61°. Details for the next 10 days are here.

Don’t forget that today and tomorrow you can go to the Armory for free health care!

SF Weekly has an interesting interview with Mike Judge, the creator of HBO’s new “Silicon Valley,” which is so much better than “Girls.” 

And, here’s another interesting Q&A with a Bernal landlord, from San Francisco magazine.

The S.F. Business Times reports on a bill advancing in Sacramento that would make all of the ride service companies like Lyft and Uber get commercial grade insurance.  This is exactly the tactic that the city used against the jitneys that used to ride up and down Mission and Market streets offering reasonable transportation rates.

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One Comment

  1. John

    I’ve often thought that SF should have private jitneys instead of Muni buses, at least for the routes that go cross-town rather than for arterial commuting into downtown.

    They are smaller, cheaper, more flexible and they worked well in New York when I lived there.

    I didn’t realize that jitneys had been driven out of SF. How did that happen? Has ML covered this in the past?

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