To Muni, with Love, from Croatia
Visiting San Francisco again was great. On my first day in San Francisco two years ago I fell in love with the city and was very happy to get a chance to visit it one more time. We took long walks and used public transit (Muni/Bart/Caltrain) as we are (like most Europeans) used to public transit.
A few things that I like about Muni: it’s affordable, you can take your bike with you on Muni which is not possible to do on Zagreb (the capital of Croatia) public transit, more seats reserved for seniors and persons with disabilities, people are mostly very polite and are not pushing around the entrance to get on Muni.
One more thing that I find very amusing is pulling the string when you want to get off the bus.
Things you can do on Zagreb public transit (except trains): buy your ticket by sending SMS from your cell phone.
Wow, I’d like to buy my Muni tickets from my cell phone. Pretty cool. Wonder what transit in Zagreb looks like?
How does Muni compare to public transit in other countries? The comments section is wide open…