Not so much a bitch but a followup to an issue that seems to come up every month or so. I like the rule about operator discretion to deal with SUV-sized models blocking the aisle. Taken from the current GoTimes issue:
Baby Stroller Guidelines
For the safety and well-being of babies &
young children, other passengers and Metro
Transit operators, we ask that the following
guidelines be respected when travelling with
• Strollers should be small, light-weight and
foldable. Recommended size should not be
larger than 42” x 22.5”.
• Upon boarding the bus, children should be
removed from the stroller and held by the
parent or guardian. Those wishing to leave
children in the stroller should remain near the
front of the bus, utilizing the courtesy seats
• The brake must be engaged at all times
when the bus is in movement.
• The stroller should not obstruct the aisle or
impede the flow of passengers.
• Mobility-impaired passengers have priority
of the front of the bus.
• At the operators’ discretion, larger
strollers that impede the flow of passengers
when boarding or exiting, or deemed unsafe
for transport may be refused entry.
Metro Transit serves over 90,000
passengers daily throughout our community.
We ask those travelling with strollers to be
mindful of other passengers.---voice_of_reason