Chapel Hill town staff released a list this week of the advertising that has run on Chapel Hill Transit buses since January 2009.
The list includes the sponsors, the subjects, the cost and the duration of the ad campaigns. Only one ad - the Church of the Reconciliation ad advocating for an end to U.S. aid to Israel - has stirred up controversy, town staff said. No ads have been rejected, although the church's ad is the only paid non-commercial political ad submitted so far.
The town's bus ad policy requires political and religious ads to include contact information, and it refuses false, misleading, deceptive or disrespectful ads; ads that imply the town endorses their message; and ads that are obscene.
Follow the link below for a closer look at the current and previous bus ads.