The City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation – LADOT Transit (LADOT) has taken measures to make sure your travel with us is as safe and secure as possible. However, passengers also have a responsibility to themselves and others to ensure that everyone has a safe trip. In the interest of promoting a safe and pleasant journey for all those aboard, all passengers must abide by the LADOT Transit Code of Conduct. Any rider violating this code will be prohibited from using LADOT Transit services.
LADOT Transit will not tolerate violence of any form on its services. We are especially committed to the safety of those who provide your service, our Bus Operators. Any physical or verbal behavior that endangers or harms any of our employees or employees of our service providers constitutes a threat and will be prosecuted.
California Penal Codes 241.3/243.3/245.2 call for fines of up to $10,000 and up to five years in jail for assault, battery or assault with a deadly weapon on a transportation worker.Back to Top
LADOT Transit reserves the right to modify and amend this Code of Conduct at any time. Please contact the LADOT Transit Customer Service Center at (213, 310, 323 or 818) 808-2273 to report any incident on an LADOT Transit bus or report it online at ladottransit.com/comments. In case of emergency dial 911.Back to Top
Public safety is everyone’s responsibility. If you see something, say something! Do your part to make it a safe trip. Be aware of your surroundings at the bus stop and on the bus, including the location of the nearest exit. Do not touch or move a suspicious package or substance, but do immediately notify the driver of the location of the package or substance. Keep personal belongings in your possession, and don’t accept items from strangers.
Report suspicious behavior to your bus driver first. If you cannot notify your driver, call 911! Back to Top
LADOT Transit’s Code of Conduct are enforced through Federal and California State Law and Civil, Government, Penal, Public Utility and Vehicle Codes