Earlier today, Uber rolled out a fleet of its not-really-self-driving cars in San Fransisco. A few hours later, one the XC90s—a Volvo equipped with seven cameras, laser detection systems, and slew of other expensive shit—appears to have completely ignored a red light on a busy, multi-lane street.
It turns out Steve Jobs’ legacy isn’t all rounded corners and chamfered edges: he also (accidentally) bequeathed the San Fransisco Municipal Transit Authority $174 in overpaid parking fines. He’s not alone—the SFMTA is trying to return $6 million in overpaid fines dating back to 1995.
Public transit doesn't have to be a total bummer if you've got a nice enough hub for it all to connect to. That seems to be the logic behind the upcoming 1.5-million-square-foot, San Francisco Transbay Transit Center. Some are calling it the city' "Grand Central," and if it lives up to the plans, it'll certainly be…