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princejv26

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  1. Who are u to say where a bus operator can live? If he or she is making it to work to perform their duties, it shouldn't matter where the operator lives. The problem is with management not having sufficient space for employee parking. The buses park in the street overnight because theres not enough room. The lot which is two blocks from the depot are not city blocks, they're long blocks. Stop faulting the blue collar worker for coming to work and going home to provide for his or her family. I do agree some operators have no clue what it's like waiting for the bus, but they qualified for the job under transits eye and if your bus makes it to your destination safely than be grateful

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