How to Take the Bus:
live in a big city, there will be a bus service that stops at certain
locations. To obtain a bus schedule, go to the website of your city's
transit authority or look in the phone book
for the number of your city or country's transportation authority. They
will have schedules, maps, and bus and metro line information.
numbered or lettered according to their route. You will find the bus
number and ultimate destination on the front. above the windshield.
Bus stops will have signs containing the numbers of the buses that stop
there. Some bus stops are stopping places for a variety of buses, so
check the front of the bus to make sure it has the correct destination
on the front.
cost around $1.25. Check your city's transit authority for discount
fares and passes. Some cities offer discounts for disabled and the elderly.
pay in change, dollar bills, or present a bus pass that you pay for
in advance, A bus pass can save you money if you use the bus regularly.
board the bus, you may request a bus transfer at no charge, that you
may use to take another bus within a certain period of time, usually
within the same day.
to Get Off the Bus: