Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Lakewood shuttle Purim rules
The Lakewood shuttle costs the taxpayers close to $200,000 a year. On its twitter page the company wrote there will be full service on Purim. No open bottles, riders appearing intoxicated will be denied service. Pls ride responsibly". Instead of encouraging people not to drive and have a way to get around by using the only mode of public transportation they will refuse to transport anyone who appears intoxicated. Interestingly NJ law permits open bottles on buses, trains, from NJ alcohol laws "open bottles of alcohol may be transported in the trunk of a car, and consumption of alcohol on a bus, train, taxi, limousine, or boat is permitted".