Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Kansas City COVID-19 Transit Consequences: Bus Rides Are New Front Line

Personal look at life on the bus and the "new normal" for public spaces . . . Read more:

As More People Go Back To Work, Kansas City Bus Drivers Are New 'Front Line Workers' Fighting COVID-19

Fred Ersery has been a bus driver in Kansas City, Missouri, for 30 years and has driven in almost every situation imaginable. He's taken rowdy fans around through the Chiefs' and Royals' championship runs. He shuttled the Fab 5 across the city for an episode of Netflix's "Queer Eye," when the hit show was being filmed here.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Mr. Ersery.

Anonymous said...

Is Sly a bus driver now? Finally a match for his aptitude.

Anonymous said...


Funny how the grocery store employees, car salesman, and all of the other essential workers are just fine. So driving a bus is no different just keep the place and yourself clean. Stop this nonsense.

Anonymous said...

Such a claim to fame,he carted 5 queers around a shithole city...then again its more than "check mate" Byron can say!