You Gotta Love BART


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Dude, while conceptually a second tube would be a boon for the area it would be pretty darn expensive. Your fare rates will go through the roof. I may be joining you in taking BART regularly in about 2 years when our new offices are done. If you see someone wearing a “sfdragonboy” sweatshirt, say hello…


#304

I rather to see an expansion across the San Mateo bridge. Close the loop. That route can serve as alternate if current transbay needs to be closed for anything.


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this is so not true - I ride BART all the time into SF from Pleasanton as do many of my friends and none are “poor”


#307

If they did this the homeless would just camp out in them for shelter…which is why I think you only see them in suburbs not the city


#308

Are you sure you are all rich? :rofl:


#309

She said not poor. Not poor does equal rich. There is an 80% divide between rich and poor.


#310

We are all middle class. :slight_smile:


#311

Uh, including those PA folks who make 400K a year???


#312

Yeah sure. 400k is middle middle class, not even upper middle class.


#313

Wow, we def ain’t in Kansas anymore…


#314

I kinda doubt that. Just put up a sign saying 10 minute limit, conductors are allowed to open the door anytime.

Frankly, lack of bathrooms isn’t stopping them from camping out either.


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Less people are using transit, so the answer is to invest $15B in it?


#319

They are clairvoyant, they know people will still come here or come back…


#320

My escalator is broken again…