SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency has approved a plan to make the city's controversial Google commuter shuttle program permanent.
An 18-month pilot program that was in place had allowed shuttles like Google buses use white-painted curbs for a nominal fee.
Tech companies say the shuttles help the environment and ease traffic. But opponents say tech workers who live near stops are driving up rent prices.
San Francisco officials approve Google shuttles to share Muni stops