Transit driver dismissed after rowdy rideDriver demonstrated cavalier attitude: Arbitrator06/22/2015|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 06/22/2015 A late-night bus driver in British Columbia was fired after passengers on his route got rowdy. Being a resort town, Whistler, B.C., operates under a social contract that encourages late-night partying and provides safe, after-hours passage home. This usually makes bus drivers the front-line caretakers of rambunctious passengers, often colloquially referred to as a "zoo" by transit employees. Tim Welsman was one of the drivers for Whistler Transit assigned to a late-night route in November 2014. At one stop, one passenger sought to distract Welsman as others, many of whom were inebriated, boarded without paying. A short time later, the culprit exited the bus and his friends began to swing and hang from the hand rails. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.