It seems whenever you take any form of public transportation, you’re always susceptible to witness at least one person break the unwritten codes of public travel.
You know the type: manspreaders, loud cellphone talkers, seat hoggers, and the crème de la crème, the nail clippers.
And despite the fact that committing these cringe-worthy acts is a total transit faux pas, they still continue to happen far too frequently.
This is why GO Transit has just released its very own comprehensive book on proper transit etiquette called Unwritten Rules of Public Transit Etiquette Written Down.
The Unwritten Rules of Public Transit Etiquette Written Down, has arrived 🎉 and tomorrow we’ll be celebrating in #UnionStation. Find us in the York Concourse or download your own copy at https://t.co/RBMs0eoKCj #etiquettefail pic.twitter.com/AEjVH78tlx
— GO Transit (@GOtransit) January 23, 2018
The 50-page book was inspired by true events and is jam-packed with hilarious illustrations, diagrams and etiquette tips that you would assume are common knowledge like seats are for sitting and not for your cactus or mannequin.
Seriously, you’re going to want to get your hands on a copy of this book so you can learn all about ‘Feet’ etiquette…
You’ll learn about “food”…
and all about ‘Personal Hygiene’.
According to GO Transit, you can purchase a hard copy of the book at Union Station for $5 (while supplies last), or you can download it for free online here.