The Kings Ferry Commuter Coach Travel Etiquette

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Commuter Etiquette

COMMUTER UPDATE STATUS

  • (View all updates) From Tuesday 21st June 2016 all PM commuter services will complete the following route: Millbank (Stop NK)- per the timetable for Victoria Street Abingdon Street (Stop N)- per the timetable...
  • (View all updates) The AM stop at Embankment station (Y) is now permanently closed with no direct replacement. Our alternative bus stop will be either Westminster Pier or Horseguards Avenue depending on daily...

The following list of hints, tips and general information has been compiled to ensure that each of our passengers has a relaxing journey. Some of these suggestions have been added at the request of passengers. If you think we have missed something from this list please let us know at www.thekingsferry.co.uk/customers/contact-us

  • Smoking is not permitted at any time.
  • Animals are not permitted to travel on our vehicles unless they are assistance animals. Please let us know in advance if you will be travelling with an assistance animal.
  • Personal belongings should not be placed on the seat next to you. Lightweight items only may be placed in the overhead rack. Briefcases and other property of that nature should be placed on the floor within your seat space. Large items of luggage weighing no more than 20kg will be accommodated in the luggage hold on request to the driver. Nothing may be allowed to obstruct gangways or exits and very large quantities of luggage may not be carried except by prior arrangement.
  • Only employees of The Kings Ferry are permitted to use the courier seat.
  • Passengers should not speak to the driver or otherwise distract him/her whilst the vehicle is in motion.
  • Passengers should familiarise themselves with the emergency exits onboard the vehicles.
  • Please refrain from consuming any foods/ drinks with a pungent smell whilst onboard the vehicle.
  • Please keep the use of mobile phones onboard the vehicle to a minimum. Telephone conversations should be conducted quietly and phones put in silent mode so as not to disturb others.
  • If you are planning to sleep onboard the coach please do not obstruct the spare seat next to you by either placing your belongings on it or by sitting in the aisle seat.
  • For your safety please remain seated until the vehicle comes to a stop.
  • Coach passengers are legally required to wear seat belts. Failure to do so could lead to a £30 fixed penalty fine issued by the authorities which can increase up to £500 if the case goes to court.
  • If using the recline function on your seat please ensure you are not impeding the comfort of the passenger behind you.
  • If paying for a ticket onboard the vehicle with cash please ensure you have the correct money. Any change due must be collected from our office in person.
  • Each of our vehicles is fitting with satellite tracking so that you can access real-time information about the location and progress of your coach. You can view our tracking on your computer, PDA or download our iPhone/iPad app.
  • A valid ticket must be carried with you on each journey. Without one you will be charged for that journey.
  • The driver or any of The Kings Ferry Ltd managerial or supervisory staff are empowered to carry out ticket checks onboard our coaches. Any forgeries or dubious tickets will be confiscated from you, you will not be permitted to travel and may face questioning from the Police.
  • The driver or any of The Kings Ferry Ltd managerial or supervisory staff is empowered to require a passenger to leave the coach should their behaviour be a danger to themselves or a danger or nuisance to other passengers or a danger to other road users. Such behaviour shall include the consumption of alcohol, noise from any instrument, radio or recorded sound player, unpleasant language and threatening behaviour.
  • Please keep the volume of personal music players (such as MP3 players) to a minimum to avoid disturbing other passengers around you.
  • Please respect your neighbours by keeping noise at the bus stop to a minumum, especially in the early hours.
  • Please be mindful of others onboard and keep conversations at a low volume.
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