PATH Courtesy Code

I was on the PATH train this evening and noticed this a poster titled, PATH Courtesy Code. I had to document this and blog about it.

It’s a fantastic poster that describes how one should conduct themselves when taking public transportation (particularly the PATH).

The illustrations though are humorous do in fact describe the message perfectly. For instance the illustration in blue explains you should offer your seat to the disabled, pregnant and elderly. The illustration shows all three figures huddled around a lady reading the paper and each represented figure has a scowl on their faces. I thought that was just too funny!

I just love how descriptive the expressions of these characters’ faces are. You’ve got to heck out the faces on te red and yellow illustrations – priceless!

Bravo to the people at PATH for putting out this informative and humorous poster. My hands off especially to the illustrator who was commissioned to do this.

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~ by thedailycommuter on Saturday, September 26, 2009.

One Response to “PATH Courtesy Code”

  1. thanks for sharing with us this illuminating view of your city.

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