September 10, 2013
Under “Ride with Respect,” prohibited activities include solicitation; selling goods or services; loud music; spitting; littering; eating on transit vehicles; and fighting. The agency is also increasing its police presence, adding security cameras to vehicles and made available to customers an app to report problems.
May 14, 2012
Stay on the right side of escalators or stairs, is the first gem in this list put together by San Francisco-based news site SFist.com.
December 28, 2010
The man, who is new to the area, said he didn't know about the law and that he will fight the ticket since the rule is not posted anywhere in the bus.
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