The southbound 22 often leaves 3 to 5 minutes early from Olive & N. Van Ness a timed stop.
This means the 22 SB then arrives downtown earlier than possible unless it could run at speeds of 60 mph. More importantly, this means there is no supervision and even more importantly riders who get to their stops on time have missed the bus.
There is an opt out proceeding in pcesors at the California Public Utilities Commission. I believe it will be completed within a few months to a year. Restoring the analog meters is one possible choice, but the Commission has not ruled on it. People have been restoring their own analog meters, with an electrician's help. To stay informed of this issue read the recent posts on the home page and sign up for our email list: