Before you pay your fare and take a seat, here's some information on how to ride.
Suspicious PackagesIf you spot an unattended package, look for the following:
Placement in an out-of-the-way location
Individuals in the act of abandoning the package and hastily departing the area
Unusual attached batteries or wires. Attached tanks, bottles or bags that might contain chemicals
An attached message
A suspicious cloud, mist, gas, vapor or odor. Seeping fluid
Nearby individuals showing signs of illness or distress
Handling Suspicious Packages
Do not shake or empty the contents of any suspicious package or envelope
Do not carry the package or envelope, show it to others or allow others to examine it
Put the package or envelope down on a stable surface; do not sniff, touch, taste, or look closely at it or at any contents which may have spilled
Other Safety Tips
To report an emergency or a suspicious package or behavior, tell the operator right away or call 9-1-1.
Riding at night? Wear light-colored clothing and carry a reflector or flashlight so the operator can see you.
Never cross in front of a bus unless it is stopped at a red light.
All Triangle bus systems are ADA accessible.
If you have a disability that prevents you from using the fixed-route buses, you may be eligible for ADA complementary para-transit service. Click here to learn more about para-transit services.