A stewardess holds the door open for passengers.

A stewardess holds the door open for passengers.

The MTA Service Specialists make their way through the subway tunnels.

The MTA Service Specialists make their way through the subway tunnels.

Subway Stewardesses pose at 42nd St.

Subway Stewardesses pose at 42nd St.

A stewardess and subway rider at 42nd St.

A stewardess and subway rider at 42nd St.

A stewardess handing out snacks, water, tissues, hand sanitizer, and toys.

A stewardess handing out snacks, water, tissues, hand sanitizer, and toys.

An MTA Service Specialist passing out food in the subway.

An MTA Service Specialist passing out food in the subway.

A stewardess posing on the subway.

A stewardess posing on the subway.

Four women, members of Boring Inc., have taken it upon themselves to increase customer service on New York City subways. Dressed in matching uniforms complete with heels, pill box hats, and of course, a snack cart, this past Saturday, Kae Burke, Lauren Larken, Anya Sapozhnukova, and Kristine "Kiki" traveled around New York offering help, snacks, and smiles.

"Commuters deserve helpful, courteous service with a smile while riding the erroneous MTA," says Kae Burke, the organizer of the MTA Service Specialists project.

The performance is a response to the MTA's fair hikes. It has been more than a month since the fair hike and the MTA has yet to improve their overall service including extended evening hours and additional train routes.

In addition to the protest, the MTA Service Specialists have set up a Yes Men-esque website, which can be found at www.mtaservice.org.