Dude It’s Rude


Inappropriate public transit passenger behavior is a problem in cities around the world. Over the years, TBTP has featured clever public relations campaigns from transportation agencies in Chicago, Tokyo, London, and Paris highlighting basic rider courtesy. Now, the New York Transit Museum is offering a new exhibition on these campaigns called “Transit Etiquette or: How I learned To Stop Spitting And Step Aside In 25 Languages”.


Opening today at the Transit Museum Gallery in historic Grand Central Terminal, the exhibit casts a humorous focus on advertising addressing public transit decorum from around the globe. The show runs through this July.









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