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5 thoughts on “Keep buses out of ferry terminal scramble?

  1. instead of sitting in your car, yelling at the bus, try riding the bus and yelling at the single occupancy drivers, clogging the roads!

  2. Cheers to Kitsap transit!!! I feel equally frustrated when our bus full of commuters has to wait for pedestrians and ferry traffic to get out of the bus parking area to go home. Let’s make the car traffic wish they were on a bus!!!

  3. So if a bus driver rams a car, it’s the car’s fault? I’ve seen bus drivers who are very agressive and now I see why – their boss says they have the right-of-way, no matter what.

  4. No…the public transit says they have right of way and SHOULD have right of way over passenger cars….unless prevision is made for the physically challenged to be dropped off and picked up…in my opinion. Sharon O’Hara

    Why would a car driver think they should be priority over a bus load of people in a limited space?

  5. Contrary to what Mr. Hayes implies in his response to you, that transit buses have an absolute right to merge under state law (RCW 46.61.220), the law states that a driver of a bus must exercise due caution when merging so as not to cause an accident. A copy of the RCW is below:

    RCW 46.61.220
    Transit vehicles.

    (1) The driver of a vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to a transit vehicle traveling in the same direction that has signalled and is reentering the traffic flow.

    (2) Nothing in this section shall operate to relieve the driver of a transit vehicle from the duty to drive with due regard for the safety of all persons using the roadway.

    [1993 c 401 § 1.]

    Charlie Brown

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