DOB2RTO 29 Posted August 19, 2007 Share #1 Posted August 19, 2007 As some of you may have seen, the MTA gives drivers safety jackets, if they had no accidents for a year. They are dark blue, with the patches, of the years(s) the driver had no accidents. Here is the down side some of the public does not know. You can have a clean record, but still not get the jacket. Why, is because if you have an incident that does not involve you (like a customer vomiting on the bus, or some kids walking by the bus and deciding to break a window), the MTA uses that against a driver to not give one a jacket. Why? Who knows. Sound unfair doesn't it? The jacket is refered to some employees as the good luck jacket. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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