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Head to your nearest bus stop or one of Metro's 21 park and ride locations to start your trip.
As the bus approaches, signal to the operator that you want to ride by waving your hand.
As your bus pulls up to the stop, stay a safe distance from the curb and make sure you have your fare in hand.
As you board the bus drop your fare in the farebox or swipe your pass.
Find a seat and enjoy the ride!
As your bus nears your stop, firmly pull the cord located above you along the sides of the bus to indicate to the driver that you wish to depart.
Wait for the bus to reach a full stop and exit the bus from either the front or rear door.
Thanks for riding!
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Lost and found
At the end of their work day, Metro operators turn in anything that was left on the bus (except newspapers, magazines and other disposable items). Metro keeps turned in items for two weeks, to claim your lost item you will need to know the route you were riding and the date the item was lost.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513-632-7669, open weekdays 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Metro is not responsible for items left on the bus.