Ride in Safety
Pierce Transit employs 5 different law enforcement agencies to ensure your ride is safe and enjoyable. Ride in peace and know we stand behind you, everywhere you go.
For everyone’s safety and comfort, Pierce Transit regulates conduct on its buses and transit properties.
In simple terms, you need to show respect for your fellow passengers, transit employees and for the transit vehicles and facilities you use.
It only takes one person to ruin the ride.
Those who violate the Rules of the Ride, federal, state or local laws, or Unlawful Transit Conduct (UTC) laws may be asked to leave the vehicle or facility immediately. Violators may be excluded from transit services for a period of up to one year. In addition, Pierce Transit Police and/or Safety, or local law enforcement agencies can cite those in violation of UTC. If you have a question or a concern email us at email@example.com.
How you can help
Report any safety or security problems on the bus to the driver.
If situations prevent you from alerting the driver, and you see a serious crime being committed or a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 to report the problem when it’s safe to do so. If the incident is on a bus, be ready to give the route number, direction the bus is traveling, and the bus fleet number. Inside the bus, the fleet number appears in the right front corner, opposite the driver. Outside the bus, it appears on the outer bus corners.
We appreciate your help in abiding by these Rules of the Ride, and thank you for doing your part to ensure everyone has a safe and comfortable transit experience.
Rules of the RIDE
Pierce Transit’s Rules of the Ride were developed to protect you and those with whom you ride. Adherence to these rules is mandatory and violators may be excluded from riding.
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