"In Eugene, Oregon, the Daily found, transit officials requested microphones that would be capable of distilling clear conversations from the background noise of other voices, wind, traffic, windshields wipers and engines and also wanted at least five audio channels spread across each bus that would be paired with one or more camera images and recorded synchronously with the video for simultaneous playback.
I live in a rural area, and have not been on an urban transit bus for many years. But knowing this, I know what I'll be doing the next time. I'll be reading my Bible aloud, and having discussions with others on the bus about the Lord Jesus Christ and knowing Him, and them some prophetic subjects. After that, maybe reading the Bill of Rights aloud would be a good idea.
Keep that up, and the PTB will have to make some decisions about you. Like whether to slap you with a Class B Misdemeanor, something starchy enough to get you some jail time, or the softer option, which would be an ACLU equity suit claiming harassment of atheists who just want to be free of Christianity in their 360o, 24/7/365 environment.