You are in the mood to grocery shop. . . but not in the mood to figure out if you should drive, bike or take public transportation?
In San Francisco, there is an initiative that takes this question, out of the equation.
Mollie Stone’s chain of grocery stores has launched the Mollie Bus, a free service that takes you home from the grocery store, to your front door.
On their website, this is how they describe this alternative transport:
Here’s how it works:
- You catch it in front of the store.
- Your receipt is your bus ticket. Just get on with your bag, and you’re on your way.
- It takes you to your doorstep. Just tell the driver where you live.
- Please remember, it’s not a taxi. It takes you home, but it won’t pick you up.
We think this is an idea worth replicating.
Photography Credit: Aminah Ricks