Metro launched its “Off Limits” campaign last spring in an effort to reduce sexual harassment on buses and trains. The campaign was a direct response to riders identifying this as an issue in Metro’s customer surveys.
Everyone deserves a safe ride, don’t tolerate sexual harassment: It’s Off Limits
Categories: Go Metro, Policy & Funding
[…] why it’s nice to see that Metro has released a new video (via The Source) as part of its “off limits” campaign, which encourages riders to report harassment […]
Minor quibble about the title: If you use a hyphen to prefix a two word phrase, it looks like the prefix only applies to the first word, e.g.
An en dash provides a little more space between the prefix and the phrase, making it more obvious that you’re negating the phrase and not just the first word.
Here’s a better explanation of the differences. http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/78050/using-non-to-prefix-a-two-word-phrase