Customer Service (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 10, 2017
To take inbound calls from the public. To give them accurate knowledge based on their inquiries. based on the questions , i would key in the information given, and then give the person on the line their answers.
Driver (Former Employee) – Spencer, IA – November 2, 2017
Easy place to work.learning the needs of other people who are less fortunete. Work place has agood employee envirment. the hardest part of my job there was not having enough hours during middle of the day.throughly enjoyed the time in drivers lounge, visiting with suporviser and other employees.
Dispatcher/Supervisor, Lextran (Former Employee) – Lexington-Fayette, KY – July 28, 2017
Great place to work! Opportunity for advancement encouraged. A very diverse place to work. Everyone worked well together. I felt appreciated when I came to work!! I think working with the drivers was rewarding. As their supervisor I made sure that I was accessible to them and that they could come to me if necessary. The Union at times could be difficult at times but I always tried to work with them as much as possible. A typical day for me would start of by me making sure I had enough drivers and buses and then make bus assignments.
Bus Driver (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – July 18, 2017
Transport people from one place to another on a transit bus . Operate the bus with great care and take full responsibility at completing fixed routes safely. Check the bus before pulling out for the work day . Make sure maintenance is up to part . Build friendly relationships with customers while providing them with a safe ride .
great job, great co workers, management is awful however
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – San Luis Obispo, CA – March 6, 2017
the job itself was great if you were the type of person that can work in the public, however the management is horrid, the company itself isnt so bad, neither is the work, but again the biggest glaring problem is the management, they are not qualified for the job they have.
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – August 24, 2016
A Bus Operator is a time sensitive job, with fixed route schedules, great customer service, flexible, punctual with full knowledge of Safety Standards. Working for this company I've learned the true value of customer service by adhering to those who were in need of transportation and by providing them with great as well as courteous service during their transport.
You pick a job schedule that best fits your needs
Sometimes getting a route with a restroom was not an option
Typical day at work was going to the train yard to get the train, pull out on the main line and pick up passengers. I learned a lot about people and places. Management and my co-workers were helpful and encouraging. The hardest part of the job was figuring out why the train would not move and fixing the problem. The most enjoyable part was the making friends with the passengers that rode on a daily basis.
I had a good time shoting pool with the drivers and hustlers
Hustler (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – December 2, 2014
I had to get about 25 or 30 buses clean fueled and parked in right place to be pick up the next day. I learned how to handle driving a bus. They were all was checking to see what you did. There was all was one person that made the job hard. There was all so a person that made your day go by quick.
Trainer/Operator (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – December 16, 2013
As an operator I following detailed safety procedures to ensure passenger safety. I also provided training to new operators on RTA routes and ways to provide an outstanding trip experience to all commuters.
Customer service oriented company.
Driving all day and being on the vehicle for long periods of time.