Everybody has the right to feel safe and comfortable in the metro.
Article 2
Make your mark somewhere else.
Article 3
Put trash in the trash cans.
Article 4.01 and 4.02
The metro's comfortable, but it's not your living room. Other people have to sit there so put your feet down and don't lie down on the seats.
Article 4.03 and 4.04
Don't get in people's way.
Article 4.06 and 4.07
Leave the equipment to people who are trained to use it.
Article 4.08, 12.04, 12.05
Don't hold the train doors. It slows down the whole train, and if the doors jam the entire system could be shut down.
Article 4.14
Don't bring anything dangerous into the metro.
Article 4.10 and 4.16
Don't make a nuisance of yourself. Keep your voice down, use headphones for your music, and keep your hands to yourself.
Article 4.11, 4.20, 4.21, 4.22, and 4.23
You are welcome to bring your sporting goods (skis, sleds, and bicycles) on board, outside of rush hour.
Article 4.12, 14

The trains move very fast. Don't put yourself or any of your parts in their way.
Article 4.13, 4.15, 12.01, and 12.02

You get in the metro to ride the metro - not your bike, roller skates, or skateboard.
Article 4.17, 14.06

Soliciting a donation, witnessing, pamphleting, canvassing, and begging are permitted under certain restrictions.
Article 4.18, 4.19, 5, and 6

Guide dogs helping the disabled are welcome in the metro, and so are pets carried in a cage. All other animals are prohibited.
Article 7

The metro isn't expensive, but it isn't free.
Article 8, 10, and 11