The MTA’s New Subway Etiquette Campaign Focuses On Spatial Awareness!

The MTA's New Subway Etiquette Campaign Focuses On Spatial Awareness!In January, a series of posters will begin appearing inside MTA subway cars, 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. Posters for the “Courtesy Counts, Manners Make a Better Ride” campaign will be put in subways and buses. The messages serve to remind the MTA’s 8.6 million daily customers that they can help make the trip quicker and more pleasant by demonstrating a personal, consistent commitment to courtesy.  As subway ridership reaches record numbers, New Yorkers are getting “gentle but firm” reminders about courtesy and spatial awareness. The message the MTA is trying to get across to customers who ride the trains and buses to be aware that just a few courteous actions can make the ride more efficient while creating an atmosphere that can make a daily commute more pleasant and less stressful: LINK

The MTA's New Subway Etiquette Campaign Focuses On Spatial Awareness!

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