NDSU senior starts 'Buzi Bus' to help curb drunk driving

FARGO — A North Dakota State University student is putting his idea to stop drunk driving into action.

Senior Xavier Bonner's started running the Buzi Bus Wednesday, Aug. 19.

The 12-person van will make laps a preset route, going past dorms and apartments on campus to popular bars.

Bonner says prices for a ride range from $3 to $5, cheaper than an Uber or Lyft.

The Bus will run Wednesday-Saturday nights.


"To be honest, there's not going to be any nights off for a while," Bonner said. "This is my business, and I want to take it on 100%, so in order for me to put in 100%, I have to put in 100% effort."

Students can request a ride on the Buzi Bus website .

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