Passengers are expected to behave in a courteous, respectful and polite
manner to the driver and other passengers. The
driver is responsible
for behavior on the vehicle and authorized to maintain a safe, pleasant
atmosphere for all.
- No smoking, eating or drinking on board buses.
(Exception: If a rider's disability requires periodic consummation of
food, then this is permitted)
- No operating radios, tape players,
mini-televisions or similar devices on the bus unless earphones are used
and there passengers are not disturbed.
- No fighting, abusive or threatening language or
- No physical abuse of other riders or the
- Possession of firearms, weaponry, illegal
substances and hazardous chemicals.
- No animals other than special assistance
- Socializing with the driver while the bus is in
- Inappropriate attire, poor hygiene
- Any act that would qualify as misconduct, but
is the direct and immediate consequence of the passenger's disability,
such as abusive language that is the consequence of Tourette's Syndrome.
- If a passenger commits an act of unintentional misconduct, and
he/she has had training in the appropriate behavior, that act will
be treated as
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