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  • Turning commuter buses into coffee shops
  • Turning commuter buses into coffee shops
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Turning commuter buses into coffee shops

Comfy chairs, cosy nooks for secret chats, a laptop bar, artisan snacks and the all-important free WiFi. It might sound like your local coffee shop, but this is a description of Leap – a new commuter bus for those living in San Francisco. Is this the most pleasant public transport yet?

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