There are certain rules to living in New York City that people should abide by. Here are a few of those rules. If you find a good apartment, you should try to get it immediately. It is hard to find a good place easily. Have a local bar to always go to. Look both ways when crossing the street, even on a one-way. Make sure to walk at an appropriate pace to keep traffic moving. Have cash at all times. Be respectful and attentive on the subway.
- Don’t hesitate to snag a great living space the second you come upon it, because if you don’t grab it someone else will likely beat you to it
- Always look both ways before crossing a street, even if it is one-way, because there is a chance a bicyclist might still be coming from the other direction
- Don’t slow down foot traffic on sidewalks by moving too slowly and getting in other people’s way
“Every New Yorker could use a little etiquette reminder now and again, whether they’re recent transplants or born and raised locals. Below you’ll find a list of tips and rules for making everyone’s life here a little better, from behaving yourself on the subway to handling your pizza.”