SFSU students choosing public transportation over driving to school

Public transportation is probably one of the more popular methods of getting to school. Although public transportation hasn’t always been reliable, I would choose it over driving any day of the week. Driving has become less appealing to some students because of the outrageous increase of gas prices, bridge toll, cost of daily parking on campus and traffic would.

I normally drive to the El Cerrito Del Norte BART Station, take the SF/Millbrae train, stop at the Daly City station, and then use the school’s shuttle service to get to San Francisco State. My routine may sound confusing and complicated to some students, but for me it’s actually less stressful than driving to San Francisco.

The video I filmed, using my Kodak digital camera, shows SF State students using the school’s shuttle service, MUNI bus, and BART to get to school. Most of the video was shot in front of the campus in the morning, while the BART scene was shot at the El Cerrito Del Norte Station.


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