SEPTA has a rather lengthy list of passenger etiquette tips. Seating hierarchy aside (be kind to the elderly, disabled and pregnant people, please), the transit authority has guidelines for cell phones, strollers, music, food and luggage, to name a few.
But breaking a rule won’t land you behind bars.
SEPTA tells CBS3 that officers won’t make arrests for etiquette violations, even though that’s how they handle things in NYC. There, putting your feet up on the seat will result in getting your wrists in cuffs.
So while a SEPTA employee — or the guy next to you — will call you out for blaring music, you’ll avoid jail time.