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No dogs allowed on LTC bus

Ivana Pelisek | Interrobang | News | January 12th, 2009



Across the globe dogs of all shapes and sizes are permitted on public transportation vehicles, not any time soon in London.

Recently a radio station in London announced public transportation would soon allow owners of small and large dogs on board. At a small fee, dogs were thought to be able to ride public transit.

According to Larry Ducharme, a General Manager at London public transit, pets are not permitted on-board LTC vehicles.

Pets are not allowed, but that does not apply to working dogs and their owners.

“Working dogs [seeing, hearing, therapy or companion dogs] are permitted on buses with proper identification as presented by the owner. Most working dogs wear vests identifying them as such,” explained Ducharme.

It has been confirmed that pets of any kind will be not be able to ride aboard public transit.
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