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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.

Video: L.A. Metro premieres new etiquette video

L.A. Metro's marketing team has produced a series of videos to help promote better transit behavior. Some folks just don’t know better and the videos gently and humorously help straighten them out, according to the agency. There is also a new ‘rider etiquette’ page on metro.net that features the videos, which we’ll also be featuring on The Source and our social media.

SEPTA launches passenger etiquette campaign

The new "Dude It's Rude" program attempts to reform customer travel habits that have continuously been reported as big problems for specific service modes including taking trash with them, watching their language and blocking the front aisle.

Winnipeg Transit driver: Many attacks not reported

Drivers are under attack more often than what the city's official figures reflect, according to a former Winnipeg bus driver. More than 400 assaults against transit drivers have been reported in the city of Winnipeg in the last 12 years.

SEPTA to launch passenger etiquette program

The program focuses on the "4 Cs" -- communications, cleanliness, courtesy and convenience -- and the outreach campaign includes posters, carcards and flyers with general tips for good riding manners.

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