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Milton Transit operators are responsible for the safe operation of buses and administering our service policies that promote a comfortable ride for you and others.
Exercise proper passenger etiquette to ensure you and your fellow passengers share a positive experience on Milton Transit:
Smoking and the consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited on all Milton Transit buses, inside shelters and at transit terminals (i.e. Milton GO Station).
In compliance with Section 49 of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR 191-11), Milton Transit has established designated Priority Seating areas for use by passengers with disabilities. Courtesy Seating areas have also been allocated for use by those who may benefit from having a seat near the front of the bus (e.g., seniors, expectant mothers, adults travelling with infants or small children, etc.). Learn more about Priority and Courtesy Seating on our Accessibility page.
Guide dogs and service animals are permitted onboard Milton Transit. When it is not apparent that an animal is a service animal, a letter from a physician or nurse confirming the passenger's requirement for a service animal must be presented to the operator upon boarding. All other animals may be carried onboard as long as they are secured in a pet carrier that can fit between the seats and does not occupy the aisle. Exotic pets are prohibited.
You are responsible for your own personal belongings; Milton Transit is not responsible for any lost or misplaced articles. Firearms, prohibited weapons, toxic and combustible/explosive materials, such as wet-cell batteries, propane tanks and gasoline containers, are not permitted onboard.
Transporting bulk items, such as parcels and sporting equipment, is permitted as long as it is safe to do so, at the operator's discretion. Bulk items brought onboard must be in your possession at all times, in a position where the items do not obstruct the aisle or compromise the safety of other passengers.
Strollers and personal shopping carts are permitted onboard. You may board a bus without folding up strollers or personal shopping carts, but it is your responsibility to ensure it does not interfere with the safety or comfort of other passengers. Oversized strollers (e.g. jogging strollers) are not permitted onboard.