Rules for riding CART
CART does not allow eating or drinking on its vehicles; however, passengers may transport food or drinks if they are in a secure container. Drinks may be brought on board if the item features a lid.
- No smoking, eating or chewing tobacco permitted on any CART vehicle. Drinks may be brought on board, but only if they have a lid.
- Exact fare is necessary upon boarding. Drivers do not have change.
- Passengers must enter through the front door and exit through the back door.
- Passengers must keep hands and arms inside the vehicle at all times.
- Seniors and individuals with disabilities have priority seating in the front section.
- If seating is not available, passengers may move to back of the bus and hold onto overhead rail.
- All passengers must stand BEHIND the white or yellow line at either door of the bus. No standing or sitting on the bus steps is allowed.
- When exiting, passengers are discouraged from crossing in front of the bus; they should wait until it pulls away.
- Passengers should be aware of emergency exits in case they may be needed while on the vehicle.
- Passengers should stay seated or hold onto the handrail until the vehicle comes to a complete stop.
- Shoes and shirts must be worn.
- Handing out materials of any kind is prohibited.
- Strollers and walkers must be folded, carried onto the bus and secured.
- Animals must be in secured carriers. Service animals are the only exception to this rule.
- CART buses are equipped with wheelchair ramps or lifts. Users must back onto the lift to board. Users may drive forward on a ramp.
- Large objects that cannot be stowed in the lap or in an available seat next to the passenger without obstructing the aisle or other passen- gers are not permitted.
- Abusive or profane language will not be allowed.
- Passengers should limit parcels to a reasonable number (generally considered to be three bags). Passengers must secure all packages on lap, a seat, or on the floor between feet.