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Submitted by Guest Pfft (not verified) on Tue, 03/11/2008 - 7:23pm.
I have to disagree with you, Common. This industry is clearly lagging behind the times compared to other modes of transportation, and there is not one single reason I can think of that they cannot conform to this standard. Local buses, I'm not so worried about. But buses that take children out of town and/or back again can certainly and reasonably be asked to verify identification, and for parents or legal guardians to purchase the tickets, just like the airlines. It's not a monumental task. It's not even all that expensive. An hours training of their agents should be all that's required, and if it takes more than that, then the bus companies have deeper issues than a little conformity.
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