Bus Courtesy Expectations
Have the correct media ready when boarding the bus
Stand back from the curb at least two feet
Notify the operator in advance if you plan to purchase a ticket, day pass or Ride Guide
Board the bus as quickly as possible and take a seat. If no seats are available, stand behind the yellow line and use the overhead handrails
Notify the operator if you need assistance such as kneeling the bus, using the ramp or if you become ill
If standing on a crowded bus, move to the rear of the bus to make room for others
Vacate reserved seating near the front when seniors and people with disabilities board
Do not take more than one seat if the bus is crowded
Check that you have your belongings before you deboard. Exit out the rear door unless you need assistance or have a bike.
Wear shoes and shirts at all times
Speak quietly when talking to others or using cell phones
Refrain from talking to bus operator while the bus is in motion
Children should remain seated at all times.
Use trash receptacles at Transit Centers and bus stops, do not leave papers or trash on the bus