1 -As you leave the bus, watch for cars. – MTA schedule
2 – When you’re ready to get off, signal the bus operator two blocks before your stop so that he or she has sufficient time to stop smoothly. MTA schedule
3 – And if you’re a wheelchair user, please allow the bus operator to secure your chair.
4 – Slips, trips, and falls are the most common causes of injuries.
5 – When traveling with an infant and a baby stroller, the stroller should be folded before entering the bus and should remain folded for the duration of the trip. MTA schedule
6 – Bus steps and sidewalks become slippery from snow.
7 – Also, avoid crossing in front of the bus after you get off.
8 – While you’re riding, keep your head and arms inside bus windows.
9 – Avoid standing in the stairwell (rear door step) or leaning against the rear door.
10 – Don’t run for the bus – that’s when most customer accidents happen. MTA schedule
11 – We also advise holding the railing when you exit the bus, especially in winter.
12 – If you’re at the front of the bus, please stay behind the white line. MTA schedule
Bus Schedule – Request a Stop Safe Location
MTA BUS TIME customers who travel between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. can Request-a-Stop. Ask the bus operator to let you off anywhere along the route, even if it isn’t a designated stop. The bus operator will comply as long as he or she thinks it’s a safe location. This bus will still make all regularly MTA Bus scheduled stops. BUS SCHEDULES
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