MTA to debut courtesy signs on trains, buses

The MTA is trying to put a stop to rude passengers on trains and buses. The MTA's courtesy campaign aims to make riding public transportation more pleasurable for everyone. Soon, signs will adorn

News 12 Staff

Dec 30, 2014, 8:15 AM

Updated 3,490 days ago

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The MTA is trying to put a stop to rude passengers on trains and buses.
The MTA's courtesy campaign aims to make riding public transportation more pleasurable for everyone.
Soon, signs will adorn Metro-North trains and buses reminding passengers not to do things like hog seats or listen to loud music.
The new campaign is even inspiring some straphangers to come up with their own sign suggestions, like giving up seats for pregnant women or older passengers.
Signs tied to the courtesy campaign are expected to hit trains in February.


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