The Washington Blade reported April 14 about a bus driver who was fired for telling a passenger to go to the back of the bus after the passenger complained about a sign equating same-gender sexual attraction with murder.
On April 19, the Blade reported that the bus driver was suspended, not fired.
Acting D.C. DOT spokesperson Karyn LeBlanc told the Blade this week that the driver would likely return to work next week. According to the Blade:
LeBlanc said this week that First Transit officials now believe a passenger rather than the driver hung the posters on one or more Circulator buses sometime in March.