Protesters blocked tech buses Tuesday morning, this time at Eighth and Market Streets and at other areas close to City Hall in San Francisco. Once again, Google takes the heat for not only adding clunky private buses to City streets (or, in all actuality, for reducing the number of cars on the roads) but for the current socio-economic and class war now underway.
This morning's bus blocking/protest prefaces today's SF MTA's vote on bus fees. Here are a few scenes of today's protest.
In case you're living under a rock... BREAKING protesters stop 2 tech buses just before SFMTA vote on bus fees pic.twitter.com/cHFeTI6ljP— Joe Fitz Rodriguez (@FitzTheReporter) January 21, 2014
This has to stop, San Francisco. Both our bus and the google bus are currently blocked. pic.twitter.com/6oSsBiMm7k— Christophe Tauziet (@ChrisTauziet) January 21, 2014
There also seem to be tons of reporters at the scene. Of course.