Glenn Every’s lot is loaded with buses sitting idle.
“We’re devastated,” said Every, the owner and operator of Tonche Transit, a small bus company in Mount Tremper, New York. “It’s like someone turned a switch off on March 13, and with the exception of one trip, we have not turned a wheel since.”
Every took over the business from his dad, but since the pandemic, he has furloughed or laid off almost all his employees, including his own son.
Reservations aren’t coming in to charter any of his seven motorcoaches. Passengers are worried about coronavirus, and maintaining a social distance