Why the Mission District Bus-Only Red Lanes Bug a Lot of People

The red bus-only lanes in the Mission District are controversial. They have been blamed for reducing parking spaces and foot traffic, impeding motorists and decreasing the number of customers patronizing neighborhood businesses. Mission Local reporter Abe Rodriguez talks about the cons, and pros — easing traffic congestion and lessening air pollution — of these transit lanes.

“It’ll be interesting to see how this entire thing plays out, especially if you have a lot of traffic in the area.” — Abe Rodriguez, Mission Local reporter
“It’ll be interesting to see how this entire thing plays out, especially if you have a lot of traffic in the area.” — Abe Rodriguez, Mission Local reporter
“It’ll be interesting to see how this entire thing plays out, especially if you have a lot of traffic in the area.” — Abe Rodriguez, Mission Local reporter
It’ll be interesting to see how this entire thing plays out, especially if you have a lot of traffic in the area.” — Abe Rodriguez, Mission Local reporter


A segment from our radio show, “Civic.” Listen daily at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on 102.5 FM, available in San Francisco.