There it is, all lit-up in the yard off Bryant. What’s the deal? I Googled it and all I found was a comment on a Burrito Justice post that says it’s been gone since ’88.
We should be so lucky. MUNI should be expanding services, not cutting them back, and it should be paid for through a mixture of taxes and fees.
Of course, as is so often the case, what “should be” happening is far from what is gonna be.
From an Octoferret Muni map scan (http://www.flickr.com/photos/octoferret/4797815339/):
This map solves the mystery of the 13 Guerrero line, which some people were curious about when I first posted my Muni rollsign photos. It was a peak-hour only version of the 11 Hoffman that ran on Guerrero instead of Mission past 14th/15th Streets. It had stops on Guerrero at the even numbered streets, which for Muni are spaced far enough apart to be considered a “limited stop area”
some online fax services still charge phone time, as well. remove the extra pay for the phone line this new voice service is part of a move towards the unification of the messaging that began with the introduction of the option of sending sms.
The blog so nice they named it twice.