Subway and Public Transportation Etiquette - The People We Encounter - Page 79
Yeah, I will say that usually someone gets up. But the number of times that that is not the case is far, far too large.
My kids will absolutely be taught these sorts of manners.
Edited by taxgenius - 3/13/13 at 5:07pm
It's because they actually have children
'strue I do that allatime.
I rarely sit.
I use to sit, but hated having to make a split second judgement on whether someone was seat-worthy or not. Trying to quickly assess a person's age, mobility level, pregnancy status, and degree of handicap is just too much stress. Even the blanket assessment of gender needed to fit the "always give up your seat for a woman" rule is hard enough at times. Better off standing.
Edited by MRMan - 3/14/13 at 7:02am
That is because it has been urinated on so much, Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials have said urine has actually rusted the floor and gotten into some of inner workings of the lift, causing problems.
President Helena Williams referred to the problem as a “vertical urinal problem.”