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A Silicon Valley tech shuttle bus on San Jose Avenue in San Francisco. There are an estimated 1,020 private commuter shuttles
A Silicon Valley tech shuttle bus on San Jose Avenue in San Francisco. Today, there are an estimated 1,020 private commuter shuttle buses in the Bay Area. Photos:

Into the Valley

Inside a Secretive $250 Million Private Transit System Just for Techies

1,000 white-collar tech shuttles are stalling Bay Area public transit

This article is part of , a feature series from OneZero about Silicon Valley, the people who live there, and the technology they create.

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Zara Stone

Tech+Culture f/lance journo. Bylines: OneZero, Marker, Atlantic, Forbes, etc. Pre-order: The Future of Science Is Female

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