SPUR Lunchtime Forum: A Story of Shuttles

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  LUNCHTIME FORUM

A Story of Shuttles

Wednesday, April 10, 2013, 12:30 p.m.
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Image courtesy Flickr user Jon Wiley

Those big buses are tough to miss. As employer shuttles sprout up across the Bay Area, what do they tell us about our region, its workers and its employers? What are the benefits and challenges that accompany their increasing presence? This forum will take a closer look at how and why some employers manage worker transportation.

+ Daniel Mccoy, Genentech
+ Brenden Harrington, Google
+ Dominic Haigh, RidePal
+ Carli Paine, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

 


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