Bus Drivers on a Mission 

Did YOU KNOW that transit drivers  

are more likely to be depressed 

than people in just about any other job?

Is it true for you?

Check the Joys & Stresses List below

to Discover your Job and Life Happiness

Joys that lead to job satisfaction

  • I enjoy the independence of having no one looking over my shoulder. 
  • I meet lots of great people during my shifts.
  • I have all the tools I need to manage upsets when they happen.
  • I have good support from my fellow drivers. 
  • I am often recognized for the work I do.
  • I feel that I can make a difference to others in my job. 

Stresses that lead to depression

  • I often have challenging interactions with the public.
  • My job does not allow me much physical activity. 
  • There's often the possibility of physical assault in my job.
  • I am unable to go to the restroom whenever I need.
  • I am always eating on the run...often while I am driving.
  • The schedules are impossible to maintain. 


Got More Joys than Stresses: Bravo! 

If you feel you have all the tools and support you need...that's amazing because YOU are exactly the kind of proactive driver we are looking for. Come and be an inspirational and supportive member for your fellow brothers and sister in transit. So sign up now - it's completely free and you will be eligible for the early bird special when the club launches on April 1st. Come be a part real change. 

Got More Stresses than Joys: Ouch! 

Hey! It's not your fault! It can be a nasty world out there. It's because of over 21 years behind the wheel of a big city bus that Tommy Transit decided it was time to do something to support his fellow drivers. Sign up now - it's completely free and you will be eligible for the early bird special when the club launches on April 1st. Why suffer when you can get the support that will help you enjoy both your job and your life. 

This online club has so much to offer:

Live monthly calls

Join hundreds of other operators from around the globe in a supportive live online seminar. Post your questions and join in the discussion with Tommy Transit & team. 

Monthly interviews with exceptional drivers

Who's out there making a difference in their corner of the world? Every month we interview drivers with great stories and insightful  viewpoints. 

A great interactive forum

Share your stories - from inspirational to downright challenging in the chat room. Meet your brothers and sisters from all over the globe. Brainstorm and support is the word of the day.

Change your mind, change your life

Perspective is everything. We have online programs to support you in being happy and stress free both on the job and with your family. 

Let's get physical

Mini exercises you can do even in the shortest of breaks. Relieve those back and neck pains from spending hours behind the wheel. 

Averting potentially dangerous situations

Take this course led by an expert trainer and learn how to stop potentially dangerous or violent situations before they spiral out of control. 

Discover & Play

Links to fun and inspirational material including films, videos, books, blogs, transit history and museums, and so much more. 

Be completely anonymous 

(if you choose)

First and foremost, we respect your privacy. Unfortunately some drivers have lost their jobs after speaking their mind on social media. In the Bus Drivers on a Mission Club you have the option of using your own name or--if you choose--you can take on an avatar persona. 

What others are saying about Bus Drivers on a Mission Club:

The whole world comes through our doors...

...and we actually have an opportunity to make their day better. Who would think so much good, kindness, and beauty can be found on dirty streets on the poor side of town. I love how you encourage positivity and being there for our neighbors. This has become a strong concern of mine the longer I drive. 

R R //  Fort Lauderdale, Florida

I just started the job 3 weeks ago...

I’m feeling nervous about having to approach angry people. Now, I’m going into this with a completely different approach. Thank you Tommy!

D M  //  New Driver, Seattle WA

Attitude is important and totally in your control 

I drive a Handydart and all of those customers have some kind of special need. It is important to be acknowledged as a regular person.  

A L  //  Driver, Chilliwack, Canada

Thank you for bringing in Tommy to speak.  

It was a message I needed to hear and I am going to work harder to bring kindness to all those I work with in the future.

J C  //  Tacoma,  WA

Be part of a global change.

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