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Rules, Regulations and Rider Tips
Baggage that can be stored under a passenger's seat or on a passenger's lap, that will not protrude to another seat or otherwise interfere with other passengers, will be admitted at no charge. Baggage that will not be admitted on board shall include any large, bulky, dangerous or offensive article that may cause harm or discomfort to any passenger. No baggage may be stored in the aisle or on the seats. Sec. 28-2.4, R.O. 1978 (1983 Ed.)
|Description of Article||Maximum No.||Maximum Size|
|Medium-sized brief case, duffle bag, or small metal bag caddy on wheels||1 per person||22" x 14" x 9"|
|Grocery bags a passenger can carry in arms|
|Small backpack/day pack without metal frame|
|Mini lawn chair without legs||2 per person|
|Metal framed child carrier (passenger must remove while traveling on bus)||1 per person|
|Collapsible baby stroller (any variety, folded, with baby removed)||1 per person|
|Band instrument such as guitar, trombone, etc.||1 per person||Reasonably sized|
|Beach mat not covered with sand or other debris|
|Skateboard carried or held on lap (not to be used on board)||1 per person|
|Soft boogie board without skeg or fin, dried and washed clean of sand and other debris||1 per person||48" in length|
|Golf club or detachable fishing pole properly covered or in container with no sharp edges||3 per person||48" in length|
|Small pet in enclosed container that conforms to the baggage policy size.|
|Sports equipment such as tennis racket, baseball bat, etc.|
City ordinance prohibits consuming any form of food or beverage or carrying or possessing any food or beverage in a container other than a container that is tightly closed, covered or packaged so as to minimize the possibility of accidental spillage when the container is shaken or dropped.NO SMOKING
The use of any audio devices aboard buses is prohibited unless the passenger utilizes an earphone system for silent operation.
Cellular telephones must be placed on vibrate mode or with the ringer turned off while in the bus.Safety Tips
[Â§711-1112] Interference with the operator of a public transit vehicle.
[L 1996, c 87. Â§3]