Yudit Robles has got moves on the basketball court and on the dance floor. You might not notice that because usually she’s behind the wheel of a Lab shuttle.
She is a talented Salsa dancer who has driven a Lab shuttle for 5 years. To combat the effects of sitting all day, she eats healthy meals, stretches often, and takes long walks in her downtime. Yudit tells us that one thing drivers in cars around the Lab can do to help shuttle drivers is to respect speed limits and traffic signs.
Q: What do you love about the new Lab shuttle vehicles?
A: I like the new seats. They are very comfortable, especially in the driver’s cockpit. I think the riders will find the new shuttles more comfortable all around.
Q: What can drivers in cars do to help shuttles out around the Lab?
A: The best thing other drivers can do to help shuttles operates safely is to be aware of their surroundings! I see a lot of multitasking behind the wheel. I’d say also respect the posted speed limits and observe the traffic signs.
Q: Shuttle drivers sit down most of the day. How do you take care of yourself?
A:I get out of my seat and stretch often, and I try to eat healthy meals. I play basketball competitively, and I dance Salsa whenever I can, and that keeps me in great shape.