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    28.15 (16) Disruptive Conduct Inside a District Vehicle: No person shall occupy, move about or engage in activity in a District Vehicle in a manner that:
    • (a)  Interferes with the free movement of passengers; or
    • (b)  Interferes with or disrupts the function or safe operation of the District Vehicle, including movement that constitutes a distraction to the operator of a District Vehicle; or
    • (c)  Uses a District Vehicle for any purpose other than for transportation.
    B. Prohibited Misuse of District Transit System:
    (1) Use of District Transit System for Non-Transit Purposes: No person shall enter or remain upon, occupy or use a District Station for purposes other than boarding, disembarking or waiting for a District Vehicle, in an area where non-transit uses are prohibited by posted signage. A person is in violation of this section only after having occupied a District Station for a period of time that exceeds that which is reasonably necessary to wait for, board or disembark a District Vehicle.
    (2) Destructive Conduct Involving a District Vehicle: No person shall interfere with the safe and efficient operation of a District Vehicle through conduct which includes to:
    • (a)  Extend any portion of his or her body through any door or window of a District Vehicle while it is in motion;
    • (b)  Attempt to board or de-board a moving District Vehicle;
    • (c)  Throw, propel or discard any object or substance in any District Vehicle or through any open door or window of a District Vehicle;
    • (d)  Unreasonably prevent or delay the closure of an exterior door on a District Vehicle;
    • (e)  Strike or hit a District Vehicle, stop or cross in front of a District Vehicle for the purpose of stopping the Vehicle or gaining passage after the Vehicle has concluded boarding;
    • (f)  In any manner hang onto, or attach himself or herself to, any exterior part of a District Vehicle while the Vehicle is resting or in motion.
    166.116 Interfering with public transportation. (1) A person commits the crime of interfering with public transportation if the person:
          (a) Intentionally or knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in or on a public transit vehicle or public transit station;
          (b) Intentionally or knowingly interferes with the provision or use of public transportation services by, among other things, interfering with the movement of, or access to, public transit vehicles;
          (c) While in or on a public transit vehicle or public transit station, engages in disorderly conduct in the second degree as defined in ORS 166.025; or
          (d) Subjects a public transportation passenger, employee, agent or security officer or transit police officer to offensive physical contact.
          (2) Interfering with public transportation is a Class A misdemeanor.
          (3) As used in this section:
          (a) “Enter or remain unlawfully” has the meaning given that term in ORS 164.205.
          (b) “Public transit station” includes all facilities, structures, lands and rights of way that are owned, leased, held or used for the purposes of providing public transportation services.
          (c) “Public transit vehicle” means a vehicle that is used for public transportation or operated by or under contract to any public body in order to provide public transportation.
          (d) “Public transportation” means transportation provided by a city, county, special district or any other political subdivision or municipal or public corporation.
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