规则和礼仪

metro manners bruises

一般

Do

  • Use headphones with all audio and video devices.
  • Let passengers get off the 火车 before you board.
  • 要有礼貌. Seats next to the doors are reserved for senior citizens and riders with disabilities. Please give your seat to someone who needs it more than you do.
  • Put trash in trash bins and Newspapers in the Newspaper recycling bins.
  • Give senior citizens and riders with disabilities priority when using the elevators.
  • Stand at least two feet behind the edge of the platform. Flashing lights along the platform edge announce that a 火车 is arriving. A recorded voice followed by chimes warn that 火车 doors are closing.
  • Follow official instructions at all times. Try to remain calm in emergencies.
  • Step carefully over the gap between the 火车 door and the platform.
  • Report any unattended packages to a 交通警察 officer, station manager or 火车 operator.

  • Eat, drink, smoke or litter on Metro vehicles or in stations. Metro 交通警察 issue citations or make arrests to enforce the law.
  • Try to block or force 火车 doors open. They do not reopen like elevator doors.
  • Touch the 火车 doors when they are opening or closing.
  • Lean against the 火车 doors.
  • 在车站跑步.
  • Sit on the platform edge.
  • Walk on the trackbed. The third rail carries 750 volts of electricity. Always stay away from it even if you think the power is off. The third-rail power is usually not affected during a station power outage.

在自动扶梯

Do

  • Stand facing forward and hold the handrail.
  • Hold children by the hand.
  • Keep feet away from the sides.
  • Make sure you have no dangling clothing or loose shoelaces that could get caught.
  • To stop an escalator 在紧急情况下, use the emergency button. Emergency stop buttons are at the top and bottom of the escalators on the right hand side near the floor under a flap.

  • 骑赤脚.
  • Run on the escalator.
  • Run down the up escalator or vice versa.
  • Sit on the steps or the handrail.
  • Take the escalator if you are using a stroller, wheelchair or handcart or have a heavy load.

为父母

Do

  • Hold a small child's hand at all times. On escalators, make sure your child's other hand is not touching the side panel.
  • If you have a stroller, use the elevator. There's no safe way to carry an infant in a stroller on an escalator. If the elevator is out of service, carry your infant in your arms, 折叠推车, and take the escalator.
  • Make sure that your child has no dangling clothing, untied shoelaces or unbuckled shoes.
  • Make sure your child gets on and off the 火车 with you. Help each child step on and off the 火车 or escalator safely.
  • Devise a plan ahead of time with your children on what to do in case you get separated. If you do get separated, tell a Metro employee. 站经理, 交通警察, 火车运营商, and street and operations supervisors are all 火车ed to help you.

  • Let a child sit on escalator steps or on the edge of the platform.
  • Let a child play or run in the station or on the 火车.