A passenger must not, in or on a public passenger vehicle:
A passenger must not smoke any substance in or on any public passenger vehicle.
A passenger must not:
However, nothing in this clause prohibits a passenger from drinking water, or from eating or drinking for medical reasons, in or on a public passenger vehicle.
Drink, in relation to intoxicating liquor, includes being in possession of an opened container of intoxicating liquor.
Customers may also board a bus with a pet such as a dog, cat, bird or other animal. Any such pet must be restrained in a suitable box, basket or other container to be allowed on board as required by the law (NSW Passenger Transport Act and Regulations). The bus driver may refuse to allow a pet on a bus if this poses a risk to the safety of other passengers or the bus. Pets that are not clean, appear vicious, or likely to annoy, threaten or inconvenience other passengers will not be allowed on a bus.
Does not apply to an assistance animal or an assistance animal in training.
A passenger must not wilfully damage any part of a public passenger vehicle.
A passenger must not in or on any public passenger vehicle:
A passenger must not, without reasonable excuse, throw any thing in or from a public passenger vehicle.
Driver to take action in relation to dangerous conduct
The driver of a public passenger vehicle must take such action as is appropriate (for example, contacting the operator or the police for help) if the driver believes on reasonable grounds that the conduct of a passenger is endangering the safety of any person.
A passenger must not, without reasonable excuse, enter or leave a bus:
A passenger must not, without reasonable excuse, interfere with any equipment attached to or forming part of a bus, or:
A passenger must not use a scooter or skateboard, or roller blades or roller skates, or the like, on a bus.
An operator of a bus service may, by appropriate notices, set aside seating on a bus for persons who are aged or have a disability.
A passenger who is not aged and does not have a disability must not continue to occupy a seat set aside for the aged and persons with disabilities if an aged person or a person with a disability wanting to use the seat (or a person on behalf of that person) asks the passenger to vacate the seat.