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'No smoking' signs posted by Oahu Transit Services

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 24, 2014

~~<p><strong>Question:</strong> Who is responsible for the no-smoking signs at bus stops? I did not think any were up at the makai side of Ala Moana Center (nor have I seen any on the mauka side), but then noticed two signs, one each on poles with bus numbers. The signs are small and make no mention of e-cigarettes. As big as that bus stop waiting area is, there should be very prominent signage.</p>
<p><strong>Question:</strong> I was at a bus stop at Sumner Street and Iwilei Road. A homeless guy in a wheelchair parked himself in the back and lit a cigarette. Is it OK to smoke at a bus stop?</p>
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Question: Who is responsible for the no-smoking signs at bus stops? I did not think any were up at the makai side of Ala Moana Center (nor have I seen any on the mauka side), but then noticed two signs, one each on poles with bus numbers. The signs are small and make no mention of e-cigarettes. As big as that bus stop waiting area is, there should be very prominent signage.

Question: I was at a bus stop at Sumner Street and Iwilei Road. A homeless guy in a wheelchair parked himself in the back and lit a cigarette. Is it OK to smoke at a bus stop? Login for more...



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