Tube Etiquette

Here’s an interesting read Andy shared with me recently. It’s all about the etiquette of riding the tube. The Tube, in case you don’t know, is what Londoners called the subway, or the metro. It’s technically really called the Underground, as London has both an under and over ground, a train and a national rail service. This is in addition to the bus and the DLR (Docklands Light Rail).

Most of these etiquettes are no-brainers for city-dwellers as subway/tube “rules” tend to be similar in most places but they might be new to you if you’re not from a big city (or used to riding public transport). Still, I thought it’d be useful to anyone planning a trip to London because you don’t want to be THAT guy standing on the left.

The Ultimate Guide to Tube Etiquette


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