V. Level III Inappropriate Conduct / Emergency Situations
The following conduct in all Metro vehicles and facilities, including buses, Transfer Points, Park and Ride Lots and bus shelters will be cause for police intervention, arrest and/or prosecution. An emergency situation can be defined as any situation in which an individual’s actions present an imminent danger to the life or safety of him/herself or others, or to Metro property. The Bus Operator is authorized to request police assistance. An individual found to have engaged in any of the following activities will be excluded from transit facilities and/or services pursuant to the process in Section VI, Exclusion Procedure.
Use of counterfeit or stolen fare media.
Assault or threat of assault.
Stealing or willfully damaging, defacing or destroying Metro property. The City will prosecute anyone who steals or willfully
damages, defaces or destroys Metro property.
Lighting an incendiary device (e.g. match, lighter, torch).
Obstructing or interfering with the Bus Operator’s safe operation of the bus
Entering or remaining on Metro buses after having been notified by an authorized individual not to do so, or boarding or remaining
on Metro buses during the period when an individual has been banned from the premises.