'Don't assume rail passengers share your taste for kebabs', FCC launches train etiquette campaign (From St Albans & Harpenden Review)
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FCC launches The Modern Day Guide to Train Etiquette for passengers
First Capital Connect has launched a new campaign encouraging passengers to be more careful on the railway and to be more considerate of one another.
A series of train and station adverts entitled ‘The Modern Day Guide to Train Etiquette’ features safety messages about walking on stairs, not running and falling, and arriving in good time to catch the train.
The adverts also targets anti-social behaviour seen on trains, such as leaving newspapers behind on seats, listening to loud music and eating smelly food.
One of the adverts says "DO treat fellow passengers as you would like to be treated. DON’T assume they share your taste for kebabs and dubstep."
This is part of the railway companies £350,000 investment announced earlier this week, which aims to give passengers cleaner trains.
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