Butler Transit Authority Policies
This policy applies to all BTA visitors and employees and is the responsibility of every individual to conduct himself or herself in compliance with this policy. BTA has posted about the policy throughout facility and site. Smoking must not occur within the no smoking areas as designated by signage. All smoking materials must be disposed of in the appropriate receptacles. This policy is effective July 1, 2009.
These procedures do not deny the right of the complainant to file complaints with other State or Federal agencies or to seek private counsel for complaints alleging discrimination. Every effort will be made to obtain early resolution of complaints at the lowest level possible. Any individual, group of individuals or entity that believes they have been subjected to discrimination prohibited by Title VI and related statutes by BTA may file a complaint. Click here for the full Title VI Policy
- Please allow riders departing the bus off before attempting to get on the bus.
- Have the exact fare amount for each person traveling, or have your pass ready. Drivers cannot make change as they do not carry money.
- When your stop is approaching, signal the driver by pressing on the yellow strip by your seat. That will trigger a buzzer or bell to let the driver know you wish to stop and get off.
- Profanity is prohibited!
- The use of any tobacco products, drinking, or eating are not allowed on the bus.
- Please put all cell phones and electronic equipment on vibrate/no ringer. Please keep phone conversations to a minimum and keep voice levels down.
- Please do not drop trash on the floor or leave it on the seat. Take it with you or drop it in the waste basket provided on the bus.
- Keep the aisles clear by moving your packages and back packs under the seats or against your legs. There is a two bag limit when riding The Bus. Passengers must be able to load and unload packages themselves. Don’t forget your packages also.
- Babies must be held and strollers folded and placed against your legs to minimize the chance of tripping anyone.