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Link Transit is seeing the light at the end of the tunnel of its driver shortage. That's the word from Link's Communications Manager Erik West, he says the recent recruitment efforts have been very successful:

West is hopeful that Link can have a full staff of drivers a year from now, he says at that point Link can look toward finally fulfilling its goal of the expanded service it promised voters four years ago when the sales tax increase was passed:

Four years ago voters approved a two-tenths of a percent increase in the sales tax; half of that was implemented in 2020, the second tenth will begin to be collected this January.

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