KCBS_740SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — A one-year-long study found ridership booming between 2012 and 2014.

There were 765 buses on the road, making the tech sector a larger mover of bodies than Golden Gate Transit.

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“Growth of shuttle ridership, and shuttle services has far outpaced the growth of the regional economy, and that is a very interesting finding,” John Goodwin with the MTC said.

Ridership rose from 6.6 million to 9.6 million during the period studied by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

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35 companies offer employee shuttles with 34,000 hopping on-board each day.

“I think it’s great. The shuttle comes, and takes me right there. And, it’s rather convenient. I don’t have to worry about parking, or traffic. I just kind of sit back and relax, and enjoy the ride,” tech worker Allison, who rides from San Francisco to Brisbane five days a week, told KCBS.

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These numbers are several years old so likely the tech bus impact is even higher today.