Welcome to Brandon Transit
- Passengers are requested to deposit the correct fare upon boarding the bus.
- Schedule times may vary due to the Road, Weather or Traffic conditions.
- Passengers are to refrain from smoking while on the bus.
- For safety reasons passengers are requested not to put arms or hands out of the Transit bus windows.
- Passengers are asked to please exit buses via rear door only.
Rear Door Helps
Once you have pulled the cord to let the driver know you want to get off at the next stop, prepare to leave by the rear door. This keeps things moving smoothly.
The destination signs used by the Brandon Transit consists of a route number and area to which a vehicle is going. The destination sign is located on the upper front of the bus and the same tour names listed in the schedules.
How to Ride the Bus
When you board a Transit Bus move to the rear and find yourself a seat. (those boarding after will appreciate it.) All buses have preferred seating for the elderly, people with disabilities and infirm. This area or seats are marked by a National Symbol. Strollers and umbrellas should be folded and parcels kept close at hand or under the seat. If you have to stand please hold on to the overhead rails provided.
Pets on City Transit Buses Policy
Definition: Any animal kept by human beings as a source of companionship and pleasure.
Policy: Guide dogs for the visually impaired, hearing impaired and special needs dogs required by passengers for independent travel, are permitted on a bus provided they are fitted with a proper harness. All dogs must be kept off the seats. Small pets that are kept inside a proper cage or carrier will be permitted on a bus, provided the owner can safely store the container while onboard. Large dogs or other pets that could pose a threat to Brandon Transit patrons, are not permitted on City buses.
Brandon Transit Operators may refuse service at any time, with any pet, should the operator feel an unsafe environment exists for other patrons on the bus.