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I Am Driven

Accessibly

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To freedom

I was born with cerebral palsy and I’ll have it until I’m old and gray. This means that I will never drive. Before I found Stagecoach I felt isolated at home. Now Stagecoach Drivers pick me up at home and take me to town where I work out, have doctor’s appointments, and socialize with my Read More…

To make a difference

Seven years ago I was diagnosed with a seizure disorder and suddenly I could no longer drive myself. My greatest fear was that I would lose my job. Stagecoach has safely and reliably driven me to and from work every day since. Riding the bus has improved my life. I know that even if I Read More…

To lead a happy life

My first driving job was hauling hay on my family farm when I was 8 years old.  Later, I served my country as a transportation specialist in Vietnam. I spent the rest of my career as a commercial truck driver.  Nothing brings me more joy than being with friends and meeting new people.  Driving brought Read More…

To save money

When my car broke down, I knew Stagecoach would be the key to getting me from my home in Bradford to my job in Hanover.  Once I began riding the bus I almost instantly felt the savings on my budget.  I used the money that I saved by riding the bus to buy a new Read More…

To leave a legacy

I ride the bus for a lot of reasons, but the most important reason of all is my desire to leave a legacy of a healthier planet. Riding the Stagecoach bus is a simple way to help me reduce my carbon footprint. One less single occupancy car on the road is my contribution to clean Read More…