(a) No person, having boarded a trolley coach or motor coach, shall so stand or remain therein as to prevent its operator from having, while in his customary position to operate it, a completely clear, unobstructed view of objects outside the vehicle either ahead of it or to the operator’s left or to his right, or from having a completely clear, unobstructed view of the frontmost door of the vehicle.
(b) Any person, having boarded a trolley coach or motor coach and so standing or remaining therein as to prevent the operator of such vehicle from having the completely clear, unobstructed views described in section (a), shall, upon request of the operator, promptly so remove himself from such position as to afford the operator such views.
(c) The owner of a trolley coach or motor coach shall post such signs within said trolley coach or motor coach as will reasonably inform any person boarding said coach of the requirements of this ordinance and shall designate by a red line the area which must not be occupied by any person boarding said coach in complying with sections (a) and (b) hereof.
(Ord. 860, passed 5-23-1949)