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Being an urban bus operator (driving a city bus) means driving a bus along a prescribed route over the course of a day or night shift. Your routes may vary, and your shifts will as well.

You'll be in contact with literally thousands of customers each week, and in time, you'll get to know many of them by name. You'll drive a variety of buses, including diesel, electric, and hybrid (powered by both internal combustion and electric motors).

    Benefits

  • Regular, flexible part-time hours
  • On the job training
  • Competitive wages
  • Independent work and high
    level of responsibility for
    passenger safety

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