The following article doesn't even describe the full set of events, which had me disgusted earlier today. Pro Bono: My MTA Select Bus Service Fare Evasion Case In short, a scared woman who barely understands English was confused by the absurd, incompetent and non-existent instructions on how to simply pay for a New York City bus - one that differs from 99% of all other bus lines. This confusion issue went on for so long that the MTA transit organization had people manning stations to explain to riders why on earth they'd need to use their Metro Cards to obtain a paper receipt to ride one type of bus. So this first time rider had a near zero percent chance of knowing or understanding why she couldn't pay the bus fare after boarding. And one disgraceful officer decided to make an example out of her. I'm a huge supporter of our NYPD and our transit officers. Most of them are just regular people who enjoy helping others. And then there are officers like this. And his ability to act inappropriately and terrorize a confused woman wouldn't even happen if there was even a modicum of competence from those running the SBS Select Bus Service at the MTA. How can you have a transit system that has absolutely no instructions whatsoever on the reason and process of riding special buses that look like every other bus in New York City? Thanks for reading. I founded this site on the notion that the little people could be afforded with the justice and legal protections which they deserve and which would be otherwise unavailable to them. I hope that most of you feel the same way and are willing to help others truly in need when you can.