It appears Google is looking to temper some of the backlash it's experienced over its high-tech commuter buses in San Francisco.
The Web giant has donated $6.8 million to the city to fund the Free Muni for Low Income Youth program for two years. This program, which launched last year, provides low- and moderate-income students free rides on San Francisco's public buses. Since it began, the program has assisted more than 31,000 students.
Google's donation is one of the largest private contributions toward direct city services that San Francisco has ever received, according to the … Read more