Giving thanks to a B.C. Transit driver

I travel on B.C. Transit frequently. On March 19, I was coming home on the No. 3 bus, with my walker and a cup of coffee.

I travel on B.C. Transit frequently. On March 19, I was coming home on the No. 3 bus, with my walker and a cup of coffee. When I sat down I spilled the coffee.

Naturally, I was upset and asked the driver for paper towel to wipe it up. As I was wiping, I dropped my bus pass. When I got home there was a call from Mike the driver. He told me what time he would be at my stop so he could give me the bus pass.

Thank you again, Mike. I was in a lot of pain and very irritable. The service transit provides and the kindness of the drivers is wonderful.

Linda Gokey





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