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by Matthew Roth
Washing your car twice a week should be illegal. Isn’t water important around these parts?
Hah. Back when I had a car in the suburbs, you couldn’t get me to wash it more often than once in a couple months.
The BART article was sort of frustrating. It’s great that BART got a windfall and isn’t in the red anymore, but I don’t know if new seats are the best use of money, not when undoing fare increases are only “possible” and restoring service levels isn’t even on the table. BART’s weekend and evening service is too crowded and infrequent, and I think this is a bigger obstacle to ridership than fares or seat comfort. But then, when has BART management ever been known for its fiscal wisdom?
“Given the ton of bikes, it is such a travesty that between 8th St. and the Embarcadero it is a total traffic free-for-all with essentially no bike infrastructure at all (green sharrows notwithstanding).”
– John Rogers
In response to "Just a Reminder: There Are a Ton of Bikes on Market Street"