Until recently, Sherrodney Fulmore rode a bus to get to and from his job at Wegmans.
From his home in Rochester’s 19th Ward to the Holt Road Wegmans in Webster, the trip usually took about an hour, he said.
Fulmore rode on the Regional Transit Service’s Access buses -- the smaller shuttle-size buses that offer curb-to-curb service for people with disabilities.
But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Rochester area, Fulmore stopped riding the bus.
“We wanted to cut the chance of him getting sick,” said his father, Frank Fulmore.