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Ride of the Week: Dial-A-Ride Ford E-450 Superduty 17 passenger bus

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Hans Ostermann and Chace Paradis

Mostly within the Truckee town limits. People can go from Truckee to Kings Beach daily on a fixed route. There are ski shuttles that go to Northstar in the winter and trolleys that run in the summer.

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Trolley runs hourly, with twelve round trips per day, seven days a week between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

We pick up about 40 to 50 people everyday. Monday through Friday.

Yes, if you have $4 you can ride. It is $1 for children, seniors and the disabled. You just have to call the day before (you need a ride.) No dogs unless they are guide dogs.

Seniors, disabled and employees at ski resorts. There are a lot of Hispanics and foreign workers who don’t have vehicles and rely on us to get to work.

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The people. It’s challenging, keeping to the times is hard but the days go by quick.

The Sun’s Emma Garrard conducted this week’s Ride of the Week interview. E-mail editor@sierrasun.com, subject heading Ride of the Week with suggestions for interviews.