The problem is not confined to waterbuses.
Danilo continued: “A few days ago, a bus was on the bridge [to Venice from the mainland] in a queue and a passenger lost it, because he thought the driver should have chosen the other lane. He was swearing at him until they arrived at Piazzale Roma.”
And while the guards may not be good image for the city, they are, unfortunately, a necessity.
Danilo said: “If there’s no other remedy, they should be at every stop — what doesn’t happen on the pontoon where the guards are can happen on the next.”