Because you’re “all about that bus, ’bout that bus, no driving”

Here to brighten up your Monday is a video by the Akron Metro RTA, a transit agency that operates deep in the wilds of Summit County, Ohio. Their talented staff created a parody music video of Meghan Trainor’s hit single “All About That Bass,” which you can watch below. Enjoy!

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBxIQC9BkSU]

5 replies

  1. Way to go, O-hio! Akron, btw, is home to Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders and the Black Keys.

    Steve Hymon
    Editor, The Source

  2. I see the bus workin’ that labor unions
    We know that [insert s-word] ain’t real
    C’mon now, make it stop

    If you got fares, fares, just raise ’em up
    ‘Cause every distance is the same
    From the shortest to the far

  3. This is great. I liked the original song but I think the parodies are even better. And it is all about that bus – no driving is definitely better.

  4. I like it! Often it is a money saver to take the bus, too. For example, a recent graduate can take public transportation until they have enough money to buy a car (and pay for insurance, inspection, maintenance, etc.) I spent many hours getting around on buses and also met some really interesting people along the way.