NJ Transit has launched a six-week campaign to remind its passengers to bring their manners aboard their buses, trains and light rail services.

According to NJ Transit, the courtesy campaign has several components including messages on social media, on-board postcards and posters and digital displays across all their systems. The campaign will feature six messages reminding passengers about their behavior via "Greetings from the Rude Zone."

Any New Jersey resident who has traveled via bus, train or light rail has dealt with some frustration about some of the people that ride the mass transit system. We asked the staff at New Jersey 101.5 what type of rude passengers they hate most to encounter on NJ Transit. See their answers in the video above.

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