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Survey : Bus Shuttle from TriValley to Silicon Valley

Original post made by Yong, Downtown, on Aug 5, 2013

Dear TriValley residents,
If you are an engineer just like me, who lives in TriValley Area and works in Silicon Valley on a daily basis, surely you know the pains of having to commute two hours a day back and forth. Just like me, you might be envious of other neighbors who work for Apple, Google , Yahoo, Genetech, whose companies' shuttle buses take them directly to office, allowing them to enjoy private time on the road while we have to suffer traffic congestion on 680, 880, and 580 and pay for sky-high gas prices.

If you think a bus shuttle can be a great service that you will want to use, please participate in this survey. Better knowing the needs can help us start the service.

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