Children/Infants

Children/Infants


Children (under the age of 16) must be accompanied: All children under the age of sixteen (16 years old) must be accompanied by at least ONE adult (18 years or older). The adult may be asked to present govenment issued identification to verify their age. A passport, government issued driver's license/ID are acceptable forms of identification. Failure to present vaild identification confirming the age of an accompanying adult may result in refusal of service with no refund given. Fares for children and infants: You are responsible for reading and understanding how children and infants get charged for this shuttle service. If you made a mistake in the interpretation of these policies, and the driver determines at the pickup you failed to purchase an adequate number of tickets, you can be refused service, and a refund will not be given. Please carefully read the applicable situations of how children and infants are charged. Traveling with children (over 2 years old, but less than 16 years old): You will not be allowed to carry your child over 2 years of age on your lap. Full fare must be paid for any child over the age of two years traveling with you. Traveling with the infant (14 days to 2 years old) on your lap: One child over 14 days old and under two (2) years of age, not occupying a seat, may be carried FREE of charge when traveling with an adult (18 years of age or older). One adult may not have more than one infant on their lap. Traveling with the infant (14 days to 2 years old) in car seat: All infants occupying a car seat on the shuttle vehicle are charged at the full fare (per passenger) rate. There is no discount for infant passengers occupying a seat on the shuttle vehicle. Required documention: To board our shuttle bus a birth certificate is required to validate the age of all infants under age two (2 years old). You may be asked to present the birth certificate upon boarding. Digital images of a birth certificate, stored on an electronic device, will be accepted, however the images must be legible. Failure to present an infants birth certificate could result in refusal of service without a refund.