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Link Transit is starting to make a bit of headway in getting new drivers. For at least a year, Link has had a shortage of 25 to 30 drivers, which led it to suspend some routes and cut back on the frequency of others. For months, Link's Communications Manager Erik West has been on our air, pleading for anyone interested in being a driver to get in touch with them. There was a recruitment get together a month or so ago, and West was saying that produced some results. Now, there's a training class of ten drivers that has wrapped up; interviews of some 25 prospective drivers happened this week, and West is expecting another training class to start up next month. is where to go to get more information.

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