Protesters target tech shuttle buses in San Francisco

Protesters targeted a number of tech shuttle buses in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District on Tuesday, February 9, 2016. (KGO-TV)

Protesters targeted a number of tech shuttles in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District on Tuesday.

Some chanted, "G-O-O-G-L-E! How do you spell evictions?"

Buses taking Google, Yahoo and Facebook employees were stopped by activists taking a stand against evictions and the rising cost of living in the city.

READ MORE: San Francisco officials approve Google shuttles to share Muni stops

The Board of Supervisors voted Monday night to continue the MTA's commuter shuttle pilot project, while the city conducts an environmental impact review.
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