Proposed passenger open up container legislation could conclusion bash bus ingesting

Hundreds of Tourists to Music City each day board “party buses,” stretch limousines and other commercial passenger vehicles that may be slipping through a regulatory loophole.
Those commercial for-hire vehicles that carry 14 or more passengers aren't subject to strict local oversight.
 Friday Oct. 12, 2018, in Nashville, Tenn.

A monthly bill expected to be released at the Metro Council’s Tuesday conference could put an end to drinking on the get together buses that recurrent Nashville’s Lower Broadway. 

If eventually handed, the invoice would bar travellers of any motor motor vehicle from possessing open up liquor containers or consuming alcohol though the automobile is in operation.

Metro Council member Sean Parker, the bill’s writer, stated he proposed the legislation in an endeavor to reduce highway rage incidents and market general public safety. This involves get together buses that host drinking travellers in the community correct of way.

“These autos have in essence operated on a loophole the full time, and that is that they do not provide liquor,” Parker claimed. “Folks convey alcoholic beverages on to the party bus, so which is why there’s no licensing, you can find no alcohol tax.”