Dogs trained to aid or to guide persons with visual, hearing or other disabilities are permitted on ETS buses and trains. Service animals travelling on ETS must be trained by either an ADI (Assistance Dogs International) accredited organization or by a school that meets the qualifications of the International Guide Dog Federation's standards, have training identification, and wear a service animal vest and appropriate harness.
No fare is required for the animal, but the owner of the service animal must ensure that it is kept clear of the aisle, and that it's under control at all times. Persons travelling on ETS with service animals are encouraged to sit in the priority seating area of our trains or buses, where there is more room for the animal.
For information about pets on ETS, see What items can I bring on transit?