Passenger Code of Conduct
- A passenger must not litter the vehicle. Waste of any kind must be placed in the containers provided for this purpose.
- A passenger must treat other passengers, drivers, and staff of the Acadian Peninsula public transit with respect and courtesy.
- Any person aboard the Acadian Peninsula public transit vehicle is deemed to have accepted the normal
risks that may be incurred when traveling in a public vehicle. RSCAP staff ensures that the work required is carried out in a safe and professional manner.
- Passengers traveling with young children or other persons in their care should be aware that it is their responsibility to ensure that such persons conduct themselves in a respectable and safe manner.
SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY
- All passengers are required to wear the seat belts provided in the vehicle.
- Passengers must remain seated until the vehicle has come to a complete stop.
- Passengers must get off the vehicle at their intended destination.
- Passengers are not allowed to cross the road directly in front of the vehicle when boarding or disembarking.
- Only passengers who will be in the correct pecking area will be boarded. No additional maneuvers will be made by the driver if this user is not in the right place.
- Passengers should make sure they are to the right of a path intersection for virtual pecking points.
- At all times, a passenger may not assault, threaten, demand, intimidate, perform illegal acts, or interfere with a driver or the staff of the Acadian Peninsula public transit.
- Verbal or physical abusive behavior towards the drivers or the personnel of the Acadian Peninsula public transit will not be tolerated, such as: profanity, threatening gestures or remarks, disturbances to public order, acts contrary to public order and other disruptive behaviors.
- Please do not talk to or distract the driver of a public transit service while you are traveling. Never interfere with controls or safety equipment as this may endanger the driver and other passengers.
- A driver is not responsible for helping passengers with their luggage or any other physical tasks.
CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE
- All public transit vehicles have a fragrance-free policy. Perfumes, columnar water, or other strong odors are not allowed on a public vehicle. In addition, a passenger may not be permitted to board a vehicle if their body odor or physical hygiene interferes with the reasonable comfort of other passengers, drivers, or staff.
- When using public transit services, all passengers must wear respectable clothing and footwear.
- A passenger is not permitted to open alcoholic beverages in the public transportation vehicle. In addition, a passenger may be denied access to public transport services if found to be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs.
- It is forbidden to smoke in public transit vehicles. Passengers who smoke must do so outside of the vehicle at least nine meters from the entrance or any window of the vehicle or any other public entrance.
- A passenger is not allowed to eat or drink inside a public transit vehicle unless deemed medically necessary.
- Pets are not permitted in public vehicles except for service animals required for health purposes.
- The Acadian Peninsula public transit cannot be held responsible for lost or left items in the vehicle. Lost items will be dropped off at the RSCAP reception desk and can be claimed at this location.