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July 8, 2013

FMCSA declares Alaskan coach driver an imminent hazard

Several passengers called 911 to report Steven Forrest McKinley II’s impaired driving while other passengers asked him to stop the vehicle. His breath alcohol content was determined to be 0.341.


November 29, 2012

IndyGo recruiting coach operators

Through the new Employment Contract Program, candidates aren’t required to hold a Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with the proper endorsements to be considered for employment. IndyGo will offer free CDL training and certification through a contract with a local CDL school.


October 26, 2011

Md.’s TransIT drivers awarded for safety, customer service

The Transportation Association of Maryland, an association of rural and urban transportation providers, named two of Frederick, Md.’s TransIT drivers as the 2011 Best in State for both fixed-route and paratransit services. Devin Naylor is Maryland’s “Fixed-Route Driver of the Year” and Tracy Carson is “Paratransit Driver of the Year.”


May 18, 2011

First Transit paratransit driver rewarded for 10 years of safe driving

Jesse Estrada has driven more than 262,500 miles and safely transported more than 73,631 passengers throughout the city of Watsonville and around the County of Santa Cruz.


January 27, 2011

Greyhound to hire 400 operators

Prospective drivers must be at least 22 years of age, possess a valid driver's license, a minimum of three-years driving experience (commercial or private), good character skills, good driving record and a passion for safety.


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