CHICAGO — Frequent CTA commuters are rejoicing this week at the news that the transit system will launch a "courtesy campaign" that spotlights and mocks rider misbehavior on buses and trains across the city.
We're big fans of the ads — which target loud cellphone talkers, wannabe DJs who blast music from their phones, litterbugs, door blockers and more.
It only takes a few spins around Chicago on the CTA's buses or trains for major pet peeves to surface.
Which bad behaviors bug you the most? Weigh in on our rider behavior poll here and take a look at some early analysis below it:
Click here for the up-to-the-minute results. Here's a look at where things stood after 5,000 votes:
The CTA behavior DNAinfo readers dislike most? "Not yielding priority seats for pregnant women, those with disabilities or seniors" got 18.2 percent of the vote. In a distant second was talking loudly on phones (12.8 percent), followed by getting on the train before others get off (11.8 percent).
The things that readers don't seem to be too concerned about? Holding the doors, not using all the doors an eating on the train or bus. Those three behaviors all registered 2 percent or less of the vote.
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