Consider this: For hours on end, transit bus drivers manage to keep a schedule, check fares, give directions, announce stops, remember stop requests and more, all while safely maneuvering an extra-large vehicle through unpredictable traffic, adverse weather conditions and some really tight spaces! The fact is, bus drivers don't have an easy job, they just make it look that way.
On March 18, join us in celebrating the contributions of our hard-working transit bus drivers (and rail operators, too!). That could be as simple as a smile when you board the bus, and a "thank you" when you leave. Or, you can print out and personalize one of the thank-you cards below. You can also help by spreading the word using the sharing links provided. And, don't forget to submit an official commendation for a job well done, so your drivers can be formally recognized for their efforts. (You can do that any time of year!)
On March 18th, join us in celebrating the contributions of our hard-working transit bus drivers (and rail operators, too!). Below, you can print out a thank-you card and use the sharing links to spread the word. And don't forget to submit an official commendation for a job well done, so your drivers can be formally recognized for their efforts!
Print Out and Personalize a Thank-You Card
Want to deliver a more tangible token of your appreciation? Choose from the nine thank-you card designs below. Just print out the PDF and cut out the card(s) you want.
About International Bus Driver Appreciation Day
OK, so maybe it's not an official holiday… yet. Here's your chance to help us spread the word and make it a tradition!
School bus drivers have their day to shine, and so do truck drivers. Bus Driver Appreciation Day was conceived in 2009 by some riders in Seattle, and we think it's a great way to honor the many hard-working transit bus (and rail) drivers who keep us all moving every day.