What is a Service Animal?

Service Animals are those animals individually trained to perform tasks for persons with a wide variety of disabilities, including hearing and mobility impairments. The ADA does not require Service Animals to wear a vest, ID tag, or a specific harness. Service Animals must be kept under the control of their owner. Any Service Animal acting in a disruptive or aggressive manner will not be permitted on the vehicle. Emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals do not qualify as Service Animals under the ADA. Please see our Rules of Conduct (https://mtd.org/languages/english/) for more information on riding with pets who are not Service Animals.

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