People Interact

Blog about people-centered design by Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas.

Everyday Usability: Subway Poles

I saw this subway pole on the train once and then never again. Let me know if you see it. The train car was pretty empty, but I think that this type of subway pole allows for more commuters to hold on to it compared to the regular one and may discourage the act of subway pole leaning, especially on crowded trains.

Thoughts? Subway stories to share?

Subway train pole

Check out more posts in the Everyday Usability series.

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3 responses to “Everyday Usability: Subway Poles

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  3. Anonymous January 26, 2012 at 9:17 am

    Or, at least two people could lean instead of just one. 😉

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