Topic : passenger courtesy

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New CTA courtesy campaign shames inconsiderate rider behavior

Management & Operations| May 27, 2015

The campaign, featuring a series of messages to be placed on buses and trains, reflects some of the most commonly heard complaints from riders about the behaviors of fellow public transit passengers.

NYCT courtesy campaign aims to stop 'manspread'

Management & Operations| December 23, 2014

In January, a series of placards will begin appearing inside subway cars and then buses and the commuter railroads in February. They will bear gentle, but firm reminders pointing out common courtesies that can make traveling by mass transit more enjoyable for everyone.

Bus| February 8, 2013

MBTA unveils ‘Courtesy Critters’ for campaign

The “Courtesy Counts” campaign uses signs with images of various animals and a light, humorous tone to impart messages about transit etiquette. A group of pigs reminds riders not to hog a seat, especially from an elderly or disabled person, and a cast of crabs reminds them to be nice to operators.
Bus| August 2, 2012

Study: Commuters go to great lengths to avoid sitting by strangers

The greatest unspoken rule of bus travel is that if other seats are available you shouldn’t sit next to someone else. As the passengers in the study claimed, “It makes you look weird."

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