BART’s “seat hog” ordinance became law last fall, making it illegal for passengers to take up more than a single seat on a commute train. The transit agency’s Board of Directors passed the ordinance on a 5-4 vote on April 14, 2016, after much debate over whether it singled out homeless people, and it became law on Oct. 10. BART police are waiting for an enforcement policy to be approved by the board, said BART spokesman Taylor Huckaby.
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