November 22, 2013

TriMet lets riders take bus for a spin

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TriMet riders Joe Kelly and Jim Athay  got to see firsthand what it takes to safely maneuver a 40-foot bus. As the winners of the agency's "Drive a Bus" contest, they each enjoyed 15 minutes behind the wheel of one of its new 3000-series buses with a professional trainer at the bus garage.


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