Hannah Cassar boards a bus to Fairhaven with her son, Harrison Cassar, 5 months, at Whatcom Transportation Authority’s downtown station in Bellingham, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2015. Hannah says the WTA requirement to take the baby out of the stroller and then collapse the stroller when she boards the bus is "like playing Twister," and she would prefer to keep the baby in the stroller.
Hannah Cassar boards a bus to Fairhaven with her son, Harrison Cassar, 5 months, at Whatcom Transportation Authority’s downtown station in Bellingham, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2015. Hannah says the WTA requirement to take the baby out of the stroller and then collapse the stroller when she boards the bus is "like playing Twister," and she would prefer to keep the baby in the stroller. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald
Hannah Cassar boards a bus to Fairhaven with her son, Harrison Cassar, 5 months, at Whatcom Transportation Authority’s downtown station in Bellingham, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2015. Hannah says the WTA requirement to take the baby out of the stroller and then collapse the stroller when she boards the bus is "like playing Twister," and she would prefer to keep the baby in the stroller. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald

Parents miffed over WTA stroller policy

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