Finding Love on Transit
February 14, 2018
Every day, people take the train or bus to get to work, go out to eat, run errands, but how about falling in love?
We have a love story that features one of our Transit Agencies! Maggie Daly Skogsbakken and her husband Kris Skogsbakken, who both work for Pace, first met on a Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit bus. Here’s a picture of them on their “first” date (not counting the meeting on the bus, which can be a great place for a date in our unbiased opinion).
And here’s a picture of them on their wedding day!
Thanks for sharing your great story with us Maggie and Kris!
Addicted to love on transit? Here’s more:
St. Louis: Meet the couples who met and fell in love on Metro buses and trains
San Bernardino County, California: Falling in love on bus route 8
King County, Washington: Video of Proposal on King County Metro Bus
Washington, DC: Finding love at a Petworth bus stop
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