Social Media Policy | Community Transit

Social Media Rules of Engagement

 

You can find Community Transit on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube. We’ve created places in these digital spaces to encourage conversation, share updates, answer questions, host live chats, and more.

 

Help us keep these spaces a safe, positive experience for all by following our Social Media Rules of Engagement:

  1. Keep your comments civil and to the point.
  2. Community Transit may, at its sole discretion, decide to remove spam, obscene, profane, false, abusive, off-topic, or inappropriate comments.
  3. Community Transit reserves the right to take down photos, images, and other materials violating any intellectual property right of another.

Repeated offenses of these Rules of Engagement could result in being blocked from our virtual communities. Please be respectful and kind to your fellow community members.

 

 

Blog Policy

 

Community Transit’s blog intends to provide news and information about the agency. We welcome your comments.

 

Thanks for participating and abiding by these simple rules:

  1. Please keep your comments civil and to the point.
  2. We review all comments before publishing them. Community Transit or its staff will not edit posted comments.
  3. Community Transit may, at its sole discretion, decide not to post a comment or remove spam, obscene, profane, false, abusive, off-topic, or inappropriate comments.
  4. Communications made through the blog’s comment system do not constitute a legal or official notice or comment to Community Transit. Please send comments on service or other requests requiring a response to: riders@commtrans.org or complete this form.

Posted comments do not represent the official position or views of Community Transit.