The purpose of this class within the organization is to safely transport passengers along a specific route and make designated stops as required. This class works under close supervision according to set procedures. The functions listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this class. Management may assign additional functions related to the type of work of the class as necessary. Essential functions for this position include but are not limited to Safely navigates the vehicle through traffic along assigned routes, under various environmental conditions, in accordance with traffic laws and departmental regulations using defensive driving techniques, Greets and provides excellent customer service, Responds to customers’ questions regarding routes, directions, fares and transfers, Periodically inspect passenger compartment of the vehicle to ensure it is free from hazards (such as spills, loose handrails and stanchions, defective seats, etc.), Collect passengers data as required, Conducts pre and post inspection of the transit vehicle, in accordance with federal and state laws and departmental regulations, to ensure it is functioning properly documenting your findings (DVIR), Completes accident, incident and/or miscellaneous reports to document unusual occurrences prior to going home for the day and Collects fares from passengers using (fare box) and issues transfers; checks passenger transfers, ID’s, and electronic passes to ensure they are valid.