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Google Pays $6.8 Million To Help Fund San Francisco City Transit For Students

9:27 am on Feb 28, 2014 (gmt 0)

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That should help alleviate the frustration over a two-tier system.

Google, which has been at the center of a controversy in San Francisco over tech company shuttles using public infrastructure, is giving $6.8 million to fund a city transit program.

The program, whose city funding runs out in June, provides monthly bus and streetcar passes to 31,000 low-income San Francisco youths ages 5 to 17. It began last year after the San Francisco school system reduced the use of buses transporting students to and from school. The program gets youths to school, after-school programs and jobs.

Mayor Ed Lee’s office called the gift “one of the largest private contributions towards direct City services in San Francisco history.” Google will fund the program for two years.Google Pays $6.8 Million To Help Fund San Francisco City Transit For Students [bits.blogs.nytimes.com]

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