Zitrin said the city can identify any costs not already being recovered elsewhere. If shuttles' use of public bus stops cause transit delays, for instance, what are the costs associated with those delays? More overtime pay for bus drivers?
Low-income kids getting to school late and missing breakfast? What's the cost of that?
If rents rise in neighborhoods located along the shuttle routes (and studies show they do), what are the associated costs of that phenomenon? What's the cost of displacement resulting from those higher rents?