CINCINNATI - Imagine driving 2 million miles and never having a preventable accident.
Metro honored two of their bus drivers who have earned that distinction.
Andrew Rogers and Ronald Combs have both worked for Metro for 30 years, and have accumulated enough miles between them to travel to the Moon and back eight times.
They were both recognized at Metro's annual safety awards luncheon at Union Terminal Wednesday.
They say their secret is staying alert and caring about their riders.
"Stay focused," Rogers said. "Keep a cool head, and keep confidence in yourself. Watch what you're doing."
"I care about what I'm doing," Combs said. "Picking up the passengers and seeing the people I see all the time...Just one trip at a time."
Combs says he plans to retire in two years, while Rogers expects to stay behind the wheel for another 10 years.
Copyright 2012 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
An Ohio man found guilty in a murder trial that hinged on a paralyzed victim blinking his eyes to identify his shooter is scheduled to be sentenced.