Passenger Etiquette

small etiquette

You can take your small pet on the bus during off-peak hours - between 9am and 3pm on weekdays or anytime at the weekend, or on Public Holidays? 

Your pet must be secured in a pet carrier, which can sit on your knee (or on the floor in front of you).

If the animal is noisy, aggressive or emits an unpleasant odour, the passenger and their pet may be asked to disembark the bus.

Please refer to our Conditions of Carriage.

3 January 2019

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