1. PAY ATTENTION.
Trains may arrive from either direction at any time and often make little
noise. While waiting near the train tracks or in stations, be sure to
look for warning signs or signals and be extra cautious if using headphones
or talking on a cell phone.
2. STAY AWAY FROM THE EDGE OF THE PLATFORM.
Never sit on or near the edge of the platform, trains can extend beyond
the edge of the platform.
3. LOOK FOR MARKINGS.
Watch for colored or raised markings located on the edge of the platform,
try and stay a few feet back from the markings to avoid being to close
to the train when it arrives and departs.
4. WHEN ON THE TRAIN, HOLD ON.
If standing while on the train, make sure to hold onto a pole or handle.
If possible, take a seat and remain seated until the train reaches your stop.
5. WATCH YOUR STEP.
Use caution when exiting the train car at your stop, there may be a gap
between the train and platform or steps.
6. DO NOT WALK BETWEEN TRAIN CARS DURING TRAVEL.
Don't walk between train cars during travel. Trains often make unexpected
and abrupt movements during travel, which can cause you to lose your balance.