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Created at May 10, 2018

New York City’s subway : the Do’s and Don’ts

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There are some definite Do's and Don'ts to being a good subway rider 🚇
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Have your Metrocard ready
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Blocking the turnstile while rummaging through your pockets or purse is no way to make friends.
Don't talk loudly
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to others on the train or on your phone. Nobody wants to hear all about your day.
Let others sit
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Don't put your legs up on the seat or sit with your knees spread apart so others can't sit.
Don't cough
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or sneeze into your hand and then touch the pole.
Don't hold the doors
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Those of us who made the train don't want to be held up while you hold the door open for your late pals.
Be a gentleman
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Yes, older people and pregnant ladies still deserve a seat, even in this modern age. Give them yours.
Don't stare
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Yes, she probably knows she's hot, or dressed strangely. But let's not add to the spectacle by being a gawking weirdo.
Save the smelly food or drink for later
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Don't lean
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against the vertical pole with your back or sides, or do anything that keeps others from sharing the pole.
Let people in
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When exiting, allow those trying to catch the subway to get through the turnstiles first. Exiting and entering are often through the same device.