Thursday, December 13, 2007

Train Conductors no Longer Allowed to Use Force

The Dutch railways (NS) have informed its personnel that train conductors are no longer allowed to use force against aggressive travelers, but will have to call for the help of specialized teams located at twenty major stations. This measure was severely criticized by Rover, the train travelers’ organization, which claims that aggressive passengers thus can leave trains at smaller stations without paying for their ticket or being punished.

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