The latest in our series
of angry guides
to riding urban means of conveyance tackles that transport that makes tall buildings possible: the elevator! True, relatively low-built Brooklyn is not known for its lifts, but with high-rising residences multiplying, existing pre-war apartment stock, public housing, and the office towers of DUMBO and Downtown—not to mention wheelchair-accessible subway stations!—proper elevator behavior is something many of us must consider everyday. Here's a guide to don'ts—and a do.