Passenegr Vessel Terminals?

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Restrictions on Carry in Specific Locations/Circumstances:

Restrictions apply to all knives with the exception of non-locking folding knives with a blade not longer than 2 ½ inches on any public or private school property K through university.
“Any knife with a blade length in excess of four inches, the blade of which is fixed or is capable of being fixed in an unguarded position by the use of one or two hands” is restricted in state or local public buildings or meetings as well as airports and passenger vessel terminals. “Box cutters” are prohibited in airports and passenger vessel terminals. A separate section also prohibits any undetectable knife in the sterile area of any public transit facility.
 
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Passenger Terminal means a transportation facility located on a sea or land transportation line, where people transfer from one (1) mode of vehicular transportation to another or between carriers within the same mode. Such carriers shall have regularly scheduled routes, and may include vans, trains, ships, tour buses or boats, or other types of transportation. Passenger terminals may include ticket counters, waiting areas, management offices, baggage handling facilities, and shops and restau- rants. Metro street bus stops are not included in this definition.
 
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Did you post this for informational purposes, as a query, or as a conversation starter?
 
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Did you post this for informational purposes, as a query, or as a conversation starter?
Curiosoty. Airports are obvious but passenegr vessel terminals are not so clear cut. I figure vessel was reference to ships or boats. But the legislation mentions the terminal and not ships or boats directly. I was wondering if anybody, commuters or law enforcement or attorneys, might have personal experience with this subject?
 
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