Thanks to a recently begun campaign, you may not have your fanny fondled by a creep on the L Train. And you may not have to listen to “All My Single Ladies” ever again through somebody’s CHEAP-O earbuds.
Well, maybe that’s wishful thinking.
Hundreds of MTA-impersonating posted flyers are appearing in the subway advocating basic etiquette that doesn’t seem to occur to everyone on the New York City subways. According to the creator: “I surveyed 100 people on their top pet-peeves (not service related) while riding the Subway. I narrowed the results down to the top ten most occurring issues and rewrote them as a sort of list of rules. I designed posters in the style of the Service Changes posters we see everyday and silkscreened about 40 of each (400 total)…“