So close your eyes and take a deep breath. Here we go!
#1 Holding back the doors
If the doors are closing, do not try to enter the car or hold back the doors for your friends. It slows everyone down, and you could also get a fine. Let go and spend a few minutes balancing your chakras.
#2 Dropping items on the tracks
Métro platforms are not meant for practicing yoga poses. For your safety, stay behind the yellow line and hold onto your personal items.
What should you do if you drop something on the tracks?
Stay calm and do not put yourself in danger. Notify an STM employee, who will help you get it back. This haiku will remind you what to do.
Item on the tracks?
Notify an employee.
Do not panic, breathe.
#3 Sick passengers
If you don’t feel well, just relax. Stay on the platform and ask for help.
#4 Walking on the tracks
Trains arrive in the stations at 72 km/h. It’s the opposite of chill. Never go onto the tracks. It’s dangerous, and you could also get a fine of $500.
What should you do if you see someone on the tracks?
Locate the emergency assistance station on the platform. Pull the handle to shut off the power to the tracks and pick up the phone to notify an STM employee.
LET’S ALL DO OUR PART TO REDUCE SERVICE DISRUPTIONS.