Nathan Vass, in relation to a recent bus-driver-related incident, finds that strength of spirit wins the day.
Nathan Vass continues his series of three posts detailing the same night driving the Metro Route No. 7 and exploring humanity.
Nathan Vass’ remembrance of one particularly enjoyable shift continues.
Seattle’s favorite Metro driver returns with the next piece in his recollection of one particular evening shift.
Nathan Vass returns to grace the pages of the Star with a four-part series detailing one last shift on the 7. Part 1: An introduction.
Nathan Vass returns to dispel more clichés about the so-called “dangertainment” route, the 358.
Nathan Vass raps about his favorite route, the 358, and what he learned as a driver on Aurora.
“How’s everything today?” It’s the Sherriff, asking after my welfare at Third and Pike. I’m on the 70.
Referring to safety concerns, I respond, “Everything is fantastic!”
“Well, it’s the 70. Nothing ever happens on this thing.”
Don’t ask me how bad her living situation was. You couldn’t imagine it. The level of abuse she had no choice but to tolerate, the job that kept her out until the wee hours, and not in your favorite part of town. Bussing to and from for low wages, and caring for three young daughters all the while.
Welcome to The View from Nathan’s Bus, a new column at the Star written by Nathan Vass, writer, photographer, movie director and a bus driver for King County Metro.