Topic : courtesy campaign

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CTA debuts buttons to help pregnant riders to find a seat

Management & Operations| September 9, 2019

As part of the "Baby on Board!" pilot program, the free buttons are available through a variety of channels, including online ordering.

L.A. Metro taps anime, YouTube star for etiquette campaign

Management & Operations| October 26, 2017

The new imaginative online and print campaign was launched to raise public awareness about proper behavior while riding Metro buses and trains.

Management & Operations| October 23, 2017

Valley Metro unveils new 'Respect the Ride' code of conduct

The new code of conduct discourages disruptive behavior on the Valley’s 26-mile light rail line and empowers the transit agency to remove riders who engage in inappropriate or unsafe behavior.

Management & Operations| May 16, 2017

NY MTA campaign encourages offering pregnant, disabled and seniors a seat

The pilot program, which began on Mother’s Day and runs through Labor Day, will examine ways to encourage courtesy by helping riders easily identify fellow customers with specialized needs who need a seat.

TTC etiquette campaign uses customer tweets

The “You Said It” campaign targets behavior and unsafe activities, including tresspassing on subway tracks and wearing backpacks on crowded vehicles.

Rail| February 14, 2017

Metra customers select new subjects for 'Ride Nice' courtesy campaign

"Taking over the train with a rowdy group” was the behavior that most concerned survey respondents, followed by “hands-free sneezing and coughing."

Management & Operations| October 20, 2016

Caltrain begins courtesy campaign via social media

The campaign, called “Caltrain Manners,” is the result of a recent online survey, where passengers were asked what annoyed them most about their fellow riders. Caltrain tallied the results to determine the three worst passenger gaffes.

December 14, 2015

Passenger Etiquette: Taking Rudeness Out of the Ride

We’ve all been there — stuck behind the bus rider “oversharing” his or her phone conversation or next to the person who thinks a subway smorgasbord is a great idea. How does one handle unacceptable behaviors that seem to have become the norm? In September 2014, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) introduced “Dude It’s Rude,” a direct message campaign that addresses passenger etiquette and quality of ride issues on all SEPTA vehicles.

Rail| November 3, 2015

Woman asked to prove pregnancy during subway seat row

The woman was wearing a "Baby on Board" badge when the argument over a priority seat happened on the London Underground's Victoria line on October 28.

Management & Operations| October 27, 2015

Sacramento shoots down controversial 'smelly' rider rule

Sacramento Regional Transit Board of Directors passed a new set of rules Monday night that kicks people off of RT buses and trains who become a public nuisance.

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