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Streetfilms Celebrates San Francisco’s Red-Carpet Transit Lanes

Because 50~80 people on a bus should not be forced to sit in traffic behind individuals in private cars

Image: SFMTA

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Streetfilms producer Clarence Eckerson spent a week this summer documenting the best the Bay Area has to offer. He did videos on the new protected bike lanes on Telegraph, on Alameda, and he did a celebratory piece on the JFK Promenade and Great Highway Park.

On Tuesday the veteran filmmaker dropped the last movie in his Bay Area series, a piece on the city's red-carpet bus lanes. The video is embedded below:

This last film is hosted by SFMTA's transit priority manager and former Streetsblog reporter Michael Rhodes. Be sure to check it out.

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