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Suburban Transit Driver Retires After 43 Years Of Service

New Brunswick, New Jersey , December 17, 2014: Suburban Transit bus driver Steve Majofsky announced his retirement after 43 years of service. He will be honored at a holiday lunch at Suburban Transit in New Brunswick on Thursday, December 18, 2014. Majofsky drove daily commuter bus routes.

"Steve Majofsky is a role model for all of our drivers. During his incredible more than 40 year career, he did not have one incident and lead by example daily that safety came first. I wish to congratulate Steve on this amazing career and wish him all the best in retirement!" said Scott Sprengel, General Manager, Suburban Transit.

To put Majofsky's career into perspective, he has driven more than 2.5 million miles or 100 times around the globe at the equator, traveled through the Lincoln Tunnel more than 50,000 times, and transported more than 1.7 million passengers all without one accident during his 43 year career.

Sprengel continued, "All of the regular riders on Suburban's 100 line, specifically run 104 will truly miss him."

Steve and his wife currently live in Trenton, New Jersey.


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