NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Reminders about courtesy are coming to a New York City bus near you.

Bus riders will see advertisements sponsored by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority starting Monday that say things like, “Keep your feet off the seat.”

It’s part of a courtesy campaign that began underground on ads throughout city subway cars.

“This campaign is similar to the one we developed for subways and the focus is the same – gentle reminders of behaviors that can ensure a faster and more pleasant ride for everyone,” Paul Fleuranges, the MTA’s senior director of corporate communications, said in a statement.

Many riders thought the new campaign was a good idea.

“You see a lot of bad behavior, people who listen to their radios, their cellphones loud,” one commuter told 1010 WINS’ John Montone.

Other reminders: Step aside to let others off first; remove your backpack; and don’t clip your nails on the bus.

“They groom themselves on here. They cut their nails. It’s annoying,” another bus rider said.

A jam at the door seems to be a constant source of delays, said riders along Webster Avenue and Fordham Road in the Bronx.

“You need to look in the bus and see who is coming out, and step aside,” one man told WCBS 880’s Paul Murnane.

“Everybody want to get out at the same time everybody want to go in. It’s too much,” one woman added.

One ad says: “Offer your seat to an elderly, disabled, or pregnant person. Not only is it the right thing to do, but you’ll make your grandmother proud.”

The MTA says it’s trying to address common complaints from riders. More than 2.5 million people ride the city’s buses every day.

For more on the courtesy campaign, click here.

The MTA said similar ads will next appear on Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road trains.

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