"Make It Right For A Better Ride" is the slogan for the new initiative on promoting graciousness on public transport. It was brought to us by Public Transport Council of Singapore.
If you are a frequent public transport commuter, you might have already chanced upon a few of the colorful and nicely done up "Make It Right For A Better Ride" posters. If not, check out some of the examples here:
|Some example of the posters|
|Among all, this is my favourite|
It is a timely reminder for all of us to practise graciousness while using the public transport. As most of the Singaporean will attest to it that the public transport (mainly the MRT) has been going through an "ageing" phase nowadays whereby train breakdowns are common scene/news for the past few months. But hey, all things went through wear and tear and I personally still have full confidence that our public transport will resume it's glorious World Class Transport standard soon.
I take public transport to work everyday and I have quite a number of good and not-so-good experiences. For a truly pleasurable commuting experience, I personally view that all commuters need to practise S.P.G (no, no, no, I am not talking about Sarung Party Girls here). Actually, I am talking about:
Thus, whether you are the one who are giving up seat (for those who need it more) or you are the one who are receiving it, do practise S.P.G. as well! It goes a long way.
Last but not least, do join the “Make It Right For A Better Ride” Twitter contest and stand to win a pair of movie tickets! More details on http://on.fb.me/betterride.