The head of OC Transpo said he's taking no further action over a video that appears to show city buses running red lights at a downtown intersection, because whoever posted it online hasn't come forward.

​​On April 30, someone posted a video on YouTube showing 22 instances of buses running red lights. The video appears to have been shot from a parking lot on Slater Street just west of Metcalfe Street, facing the intersection.

OC Transpo buses running red lights YouTube video April 30 2014

This screenshot, taken from a YouTube video, shows two articulated OC Transpo buses approaching the intersection of Slater and Metcalfe streets on a red light. In the video, the two buses cross through the intersection while the light is red. (CBC)

Text in the video said the footage was shot on five "random days" between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. The video says some of the footage was shot before the fatal bus-train crash in Barrhaven, and some of it after the crash.

The video calls bus drivers "irresponsible, rude, crude, lazy and unaware," among other things. It also questions the work of Diane Deans, who chairs the Transit Commission.

'I don't deal with anonymous things,' Manconi says

OC Transpo general manager John Manconi has asked whoever posted the video to come forward but said so far no one has taken him up on that.

"It's an anonymous video and I don't deal with anonymous things," said Manconi.

"I want facts and I want information. It's a serious allegation that needs to be looked and we do active monitoring and we actually went out monitoring the next day to see if we could see anything as blatant as this video was portraying and that was not the case," said Manconi.

Manconi said OC Transo continues to monitor the system, but is no longer paying special attention to the intersection in the video.