SamTrans is planning to launch six new express bus routes in three phases over the next several years with a pilot project set to launch by the summer of 2019.

That pilot encompasses two of the four express bus routes: One will travel between Foster City and downtown San Francisco via Highway 101 and the other between Palo Alto and western San Francisco via Interstate 280. That line would travel along 19th Avenue in San Francisco and terminate at the intersection of Divisadero Street and Geary Boulevard.

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K McLaughlin

Also, express service between San Mateo County Community Colleges...

K McLaughlin

I agree with C. Newton... we need much more east-west service via San Mateo and Dumbarton bridges, especially nights. Also, express service from Redwood City Caltrain to Cupertino/Stevens Creek area!

Cynthia Newton

What about buses that go East-West across the San Mateo Bridge? That really is the big problem these days!

John Baker

That service already exits, although I agree added service would be a benefit.
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