On the Bus Etiquette
Taking public transit means sharing space with others. Here are a few, simple rules to help ensure everyone on board has a positive experience:
Dress for Success
Proper clothing, including a shirt and shoes, is required.
Keep the Aisle Clear
Keep packages, backpacks, strollers, and other items in front of you or under your seat.
Leave Designated Seats Open
Keep the front seats open for seniors, people with disabilities and those traveling with service animals.
Keep Your Hands to Yourself
Don’t touch other passengers and keep hands and arms inside the bus at all times.
Please respect others’ and wear headphones when listening to music.
Put a Lid on It
Keep food and drink in sealed containers while riding.
Smoking and vaping are not allowed on the bus.
Speak Quietly and Politely
Be mindful of your language and keep your voice low.
With your help, it’s easy for everyone to enjoy the ride!