Measure A public transportation money at work, plus 25% matching city and private monies. Recology of the Coast has already pledged $7,500 annual contribution.
Is "free" shuttle service one less thing for Tripdvisor commenters to complain about? Will the shuttle connect to transportation out-of-town? The benefit to locals without cars is obvious. Where will hikers that use this shuttle park? What does Pacifica lose by accepting $7 million Measure A monies to adopting this shuttle service?
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The Daily Journal/Brendan Bartholomew, 6/11/12. "Shuttlebus for Coastside in the works."
"The city of Pacifica hopes to make itself a more attractive and convenient destination by offering a free weekend shuttlebus service, but plans are temporarily on hold over details of the route.
|Shuttle bus, something like this?|
.... The planned shuttle bus will be smaller than a full-sized bus, with seating for approximately 20 passengers. One feature that Nihart speaks of with pride is that the shuttle will be fully able to serve disabled residents and visitors." Read Article.
Submitted by Jim Alex