This site teaches you how to plan your bus trip, how to ride the bus and about safety rules on the bus. You can also learn transit facts and test your skills in transit puzzles and trivia. Choose an activity by clicking a link on the bus stop sign.
- There are over 35 bus routes. Some of these routes travel to Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties.
- There are over 4,000 bus stops. The main bus terminal is where many bus routes stop and riders can transfer from one route to another.
- When the buses are not in service, they are parked at the maintenance garage, where they are cleaned, refueled and checked for safety before the next day.
- Free Internet access, called “Wi-Fi” is on the Breeze bus routes, and at the Main Terminal.
- The 60-foot long bus is called ‘articulated’. The back section is connected to the front section that bends when the bus turns.
- The message that you hear on the bus that tells the next bus stops is called the ‘annunciator’.
- There are two wheelchair and scooter areas in the front of the bus. Wheelchair passengers enter and leave the bus using the front door.
- When a Hurricane Evacuation is called, Broward County Transit ends regular bus service. The buses are used to take persons to emergency shelters.
Have a Safe Trip
Broward County Transit provides a safe and comfortable ride. You should plan ahead for your trip and follow these basic bus-riding tips. Click here to watch the Safety Tips video.
Decide which bus route travels to and from your start and end points. Read the route schedule for details. Schedules show time points and locations. Use the route map to find where you want to go.
Arrive at the bus stop about five minutes before the bus is scheduled to come. When your bus is coming wave at the bus operator. Wait for the bus to come to a complete stop. NEVER run after the bus. Always stand at the bus stop on the sidewalk or in the bus shelter. NEVER stand in the street.
Have exact fare ready. Fare boxes do not make change.
Quickly move to an empty seat. If there are no empty seats, stand behind the YELLOW LINE at the front of the bus.
Give the seats behind the bus operator to disabled passengers or seniors.
Do not talk to the bus operator while the bus is moving.
Speak quietly when using cell phones. Eating, drinking, smoking and rude behavior is not allowed on the bus.
When it is time to exit the bus, ring the bell once and exit from the back door. Let the bus depart and look both ways before crossing the street.
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Multiple choice questions.
1. What is this sign?
- A. Bus Stop Sign
- B. Traffic Sign
- C. Wheel Chair Sign
2. What does this sign on the back of the bus mean?
- A. Do not walk behind the bus
- B. Do not cross the street
- C. Let the bus go first
3. What does this yellow line mean?
- A. Stand in front of the line
- B. Stand behind the line
- C. Stand on the line
4. What information does this sign provide?
- A. Advertisements
- B. The next stop
- C. What is on Cartoon Network
5. What transit rule does this sign show?
- A. No Smoking, Eating, Drinking, or Radios
- B. No games
- C. No reading
- 1. A. Bus Stop Sign
- 2. C. Let the bus go first
- 3. B. Stand behind the line
- 4. B. The next stop
- 5. A. No Smoking, Eating, Drinking, or Radios
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Click and drag to circle groups of letters. Find the words in the list below.
Y N L O B E M T W B
O F R A L H O V N V
W I T O N U O B J L
U O S D H S K U M H
P Q U Q L R P H Q W
O K B K A F Q S R P
T M V P S E E C S I
S J L N L M N T Q R
G L T G H J O D F T
S J Z S X H X K V K
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Fill in the Lines
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_ R A N _ F E R
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D R I _ E R
T R _ N S I _
S _ _ E T Y
Terminal, Transfer, Route, Driver, Transit, Safety
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