Be Safe On City Transit!

Safety When Riding the Bus


  • Use the bus schedule to minimize the length of time waiting for the bus.
  • Plan your route to use the busiest, best-lighted stop possible, both to get on and off a bus or subway. If you must wait, stay near the attendant’s stand or in the best-lighted area available.
  • Be sure to have your fare out and ready before you leave home, office, or store.


  • If few people are on the bus, sit near the driver.
  • Keep your purse, shopping bag, backpack, packages, etc., in your lap, on your arm, or between your feet — not by themselves on an empty seat.
  • Don’t let yourself doze off on a bus, it can make you an easy target.
  • If someone is bothering you on the bus, tell the driver.
  • If you feel uneasy about getting off at your usual stop, stay on the bus until the next stop.

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