No smoking, eating, or drinking on RTA buses.
Customers must wear clothing that appropriately covers your body and undergarments so as not to offend others. Additionally, wearing apparel that has obscene language or gestures or racial, religious, sexual, ethnic or other slurs or comments that are likely to create a disturbance or otherwise disturb the peace of other persons is prohibited.
Customers must use headsets when listening to audio devices.
Customers are asked to refrain from using cell phones while on RTA buses.
No profanity, disruptive, threatening or abusive behavior.
No vandalism of RTA property, including littering.
Do not stick hands, arms, head or objects out of windows.
Keep aisles clear; strollers must be folded and stowed within the seat area.
Do not stand in front of the standee line.
Do not open windows while climate control systems are in use.
Keep feet off seats, and do not take up more than one seat.
Bicycles must be fully functional and able to be secured on the bike rack.
Senior or disabled passengers must show RTA’s reduced fare card to receive the discounted fare.
Customers must vacate designated seating areas for older passengers, riders with disabilities and expecting mothers when requested by RTA operators.
Customers may not carry onto an RTA vehicle any item, which could cause injury or damage to RTA riders or property including firearms, knives or such hazardous materials as gasoline, propane tanks or car batteries.
Customers must maintain personal hygiene so as not to offend fellow patrons.
Ski masks & hoodies must be removed upon boarding the bus.