nyc department of pedestrian etiquette

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nyc department of pedestrian etiquette

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If you’re a resident of New York, you know that this is no city for strolling. We all have places to be and we can’t be bothered trying to sidestep slow walkers—and we certainly don’t have time for niceties like “excuse me.” As such, the NYC Department of Pedestrian Etiquette has a new set of rules to keep slow pokes, sidewalk blockers and the entirely un-self-aware off the streets: “Effective April 1, 2016, all new residents and visitors to New York City [o]ver the age of 16 will be required to take a mandatory training session on Proper Etiquette for navigating the sidewalks and streets of the greater metropolitan area.”

Click here to read the whole memo

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