Leap bus needs a tow on Day 2: Is there an app for that?
Update: A quick phone call to Courtesy Tow, who performed the removal seen above, confirms that the bus did, indeed, break down. It’s hard out there for a pimp bus.
Original post (March 19, 12:02 p.m.): Well, this is embarrassing.
While any number of words can be used to describe this unfortunate situation, such as “irony” or “schadenfreude,” it’s a little weird that this Leap bus broke, right? Did the people on it have to use Muni? Muni certainly doesn’t refund your cashola if the bus breaks (LOL!), but would the premium bus refund that premium fare? Or does it just roll out a red carpet as you exit the spotless vehicle? That doggie-looking logo is pretty cute, though, we reward points for that.
Previously (as in, yesterday): New private bus wants you to avoid the crowded 30-Stockton, Blue Bottle coffee optional
Photo by Yarbs, on Spear near Howard
Serves them right for using crappy retired buses.
This made my Muni-loving day.
Katrina Hafford RJ Cheng Oops. LOL
They set out to #disrupt the norm. They ended up just disrupting the normal flow of traffic. Brilliant.
oooh..watch out, bus envy is showing
Think of it, you saved $6, maybe!
Ah, the best laid plans of entitled mice and entitled men ….
And I thought there was an app for everything.