Anyone who's spent any time on the MBTA has opinions about how their experience could be better – and a lot of those ideas involve other passengers.
A couple of weeks ago the MBTA rolled out their fifth campaign in 12 years to remind riders to be human beings when on the T. We're talking stuff like not abusing drivers, letting disabled people sit down and not sneezing all over the person in the next seat.
Last week, blogger Mike Tremblay wrote his own guide on proper public transportation behavior, “The MBTA Etiquette Handbook” on his blog The Third String Catcher.
What would you add to these lists? If you could change one thing about rider behavior, what would it be? Tell us in the comments.