Shuttle Buses


Shuttle Drivers For Apple, Genentech Vote To Join Teamsters Union

Drivers for Compass Transportation, a shuttle-bus company providing commuter services for Google, Apple, Microsoft, Genentech, and other Bay Area clients, voted to join the Teamsters union, union officials said Friday evening.


A protester stands atop a Yahoo employee shuttle bus near the MacArthur BART station, April 2, 2014. (

Protesters Block, Barf On Bus In Fight Against Yahoo’s Oakland Shuttles

Protesters against the use of private tech shuttle buses blocked a Yahoo bus neat the MacArthur BART station Wednesday morning, and a Twitter photo posting claims that one protester purposefully vomited on the bus’s windshield.


A shuttle commonly known as a “Google Bus” arrives at a Muni bus stop in San Francisco to pick up commuters. (CBS)

San Francisco Tech Shuttle Bus Program Gets OK, Supervisors Deny Environmental Appeal

The 18 month pilot program will allow private shuttle buses for tech companies to use a limited number of Muni stops in San Francisco.


Protestors block tech shuttle buses between market and mission streets. (Mark Kelly/CBS)

San Francisco Protesters Block Tech Firm Buses Ahead Of SFMTA Vote

A group of several dozen protesters briefly blocked two tech employee shuttle buses at Market and Eighth streets in San Francisco Tuesday morning as the city’s Municipal Transportation Agency was set to vote on new pilot program for employer-run transit using the city’s public bus stops.


John Avalos

San Francisco Supervisor Proposes Regulations On Corporate Shuttle Buses

The buses are used by tech companies in Silicon Valley to shuttle employees from San Francisco.


San Francisco crash, big-rig, UCSF shuttle bus

UCSF Shuttle Bus Crash Puts Seat Belt Law Into Question

The bus, which collided with a big rig on Thursday morning, killing one of the passengers on board, is not required to have seat belts because it carries more than 10 passengers.