|Private Bus (Zynga) - San Francisco 2013|
Actually, in this case, a Zynga Bus (parked in front of Zynga HQ in San Francisco's SOMA district).
From a recent George Packer article in The New Yorker:
A lot of younger employees of Silicon Valley companies live in the city and commute to work in white, Wi-Fi-equipped company buses, which collect passengers at fifteen or so stops around San Francisco. The buses - whose schedules are withheld from the public - have become a vivid emblem of the tech boom's stratifying effect in the Bay Area.
And just one more obstacle for motorists trying to navigate into San Francisco using Lombard and Van Ness.
|Google Buses, Lombard Street - San Francisco 2013|