Wait for the bus at any bus stop along your route. Make sure you are on the side of the street with traffic going in the direction you want to travel.
Get to your bus stop 5-10 minutes before the bus is expected to arrive.
Some bus stops have benches or shelters. While you're waiting, make sure you stand or sit where the bus driver can see you.
Some bus stops are served by more than one route. As the bus approaches, check the route number located in the area above the windshield.
When you see your bus, give the driver a wave to let them know you want to board. You will need to pay your fare at the time you board the bus.
CATA's fixed-route buses offer a low-floor design, and are equipped with a lift to ease the boarding process.
Move quickly and carefully to your seat after boarding. Public transportation drivers are not required to wait until passengers are seated before they move the bus – they must keep to a schedule.
Exit the bus from the rear door and wait until the bus passes to cross the street. This helps the boarding process go smoothly and keeps you safe.