All Sage Stage vehicles are wheelchair accessible. Intercity buses are also equipped with bike racks which can carry up to two bicycles.
Let us know, when you make your reservation, if you will be bringing a bike along.
Riders Who are Blind or Low-Vision
If you are blind or have a vision impairment, you can ride transit.
- Bus drivers announce major bus stops and transfer points. ( You can also ask your operator to announce when your specific stop is coming.)
- Service animals are permitted on all buses. Below is more information about bringing your service animal on the bus.
- Mobility Devices on Buses
Wheelchairs and Scooters
All Sage Stage vehicles are wheelchair accessible. The power lifts on Sage Stage buses can hold mobility devices up to 30 inches wide and 48 inches long, weighing less than 600 pounds when occupied. You can board the bus with an electric scooter as long as it meets the same physical specifications as a common wheelchair.
Securement of Mobility Devices
Wheelchiars and scooter must be secured on-board the vehicle. We offer special straps that attach to the corners of your mobility device, making securement on the bus easier and faster. If your electric scooter can not be properly secured, the driver will ask that you place your mobility device in the space provided on the bus.
Bringing a Service Animal on the Bus
Service animals are welcome, but you may be asked to confirm that your animal is a service animal. You are responsible for the care and supervision of your animal while on board. If you are planning on riding the bus with a service animal, please follow these guidelines:
- Your animal must remain under your control and behave appropriately.
- The animal must remain at your feet. The animal may not sit on a vehicle seat.
- The animal must not be aggressive toward people or other animals.
- You are responsible for any damage or soiling caused by the animal.