If you are aware of car numbers, chances are you have a good handle on understanding the system. If your awareness extends to run number, car number, cap number, and line number, then your status is elevated to that of a Muni God. By reading this book, you too, can be elevated unto that Heavenly Status.
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After five consecutive trips down and back from Daly City to the Ferry Plaza, the last thing I need is to dawdle with the inspector at 16th and Bryant waiting for the Fire Department to call the Rescue Squad to pull a semi-conscious youth so intoxicated he needs to be stomach pumped to stay alive - but that's exactly the "Pull-In" patience I need.
There's no forgiveness in delaying the end of the shift by parking the bus with someone still on the bus left as a surprise for the car cleaners!
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We have a bypass that goes crosstown for cyclists called the wiggle. This is a bike path that follows streets around the Haight-Ashbury hill. A person new to town does not understand that it is possible to get from the Mission to the Haight without going up any major hill. In San Francisco, we have 43 hills over 47 square miles. This means we have one hill for every 1.1 square miles. Although SF is not one continuous grid pattern, most hills can be avoided by simply jogging over one block.
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Scott street bike path on "The Wiggle"
Check out this great video walk in San Fran (Part 2 of 4).