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Rules of behavior

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Rules of behavior

  1. It is strictly forbidden to travel on the roofs of carriages, including climbing onto them both while in operation, or when the train is parked. It is forbidden to travel on the outside of rolling stock - on the footrests, handrails and other outward-projecting parts. These actions can have fatal consequences. As a result of "open-air riding" it is possible to receive an electric shock, which can inevitably lead to serious injury or death. 

    • Every year dozens of children and adolescents are killed while attempting to ride by attaching themselves to the outside of a train. Doing this is dumb and extremely dangerous!
    • On electric trains, on the roofs, as well as in the cars' undercarriage, and in between cars, there is live electrical equipment. On sections with direct current, the live voltage of the contact wire is 3000 volts, and on AC sections - 25,000 volts.
  2. Be sure to remove your headphones so you can hear the sound of an oncoming train. 

    • When approaching railroad tracks, be sure to take off your headphones! If you are listening to loud music you won't be able to hear the sound of an oncoming train!
  3. Do not disturb public order on the train. 

    • There are dozens of passengers riding with you in the carriage. Maintain public order!
    • Be careful when located at railway transport facilities and infrastructure. You need a high degree of concentration to avoid accidents.
  4. It is prohibited to play near the railroad tracks. 

    • Playing and running beside the railroad tracks is extremely dangerous! It's even more dangerous to go sledding or skiing down the slopes leading towards the railroad tracks. A situation in which you can not control the trajectory of your movement can result in serious injury or death!
  5. It is prohibited to walk on the tracks. 

    • If you walk on the tracks, you could end up between two oncoming trains heading in opposite directions. If this happens, to make sure sure you are not sucked under the wheels by the resulting air vortex, you should lie down and do not get up until the trains have passed by.
  6. Vehicular and pedestrian crossing of railroad tracks are allowed only in designated specially equipped areas. 

    • Don't walk on the tracks! A train's braking range is up to 1 kilometer! By the time the driver sees a man walking on the tracks, he will not have enough time to stop the train.
    • Remember that a passenger train weighing 500 tons (and a freight train - 5,000 tons!), moving at a speed of 100-120 km / h, covers 30 meters in one second. A pedestrian needs at least five to six seconds to cross the railway track.
  7. On platforms, it is prohibited to use any means of transportation. Running is not allowed on the platform. 

    • When on a platform, never ride a bicycle, skateboard or rollerskates. You can make an accidental move which could lead to death under the wheels of a train, or you could suddenly push an unsuspecting person off the platform.
  8. Jumping from the passenger platform is prohibited. 

    • It is extremely dangerous to jump off the platform, as you may not have enough time to escape an oncoming train. It's always better to be late for a train than to die or be seriously injured!
  9. It is prohibited to cross the painted line at the edge of the passenger platform. Do not approach the carriage until the train has come to a complete stop. 

    • The white barrier line indicates a safe distance from the protruding parts of a moving train. If you move too close to the edge of the platform, you can accidentally fall on the tracks or between the carriages of a moving train. Getting unacceptably close can lead to you getting injured by a mirror, handrails or steps, which will lead to a tragic outcome.
  10. It is prohibited to cross the tracks in areas not designated for this purpose. 

    • Only cross the railroad tracks in areas designated for this: via pedestrian crossings, tunnels, and pedestrian bridges. When crossing, be sure to pay attention to the sound signals and traffic light signals, as well as to any teams of railway workers which may be nearby.
    • An incorrect assessment of the situation could place your life in grave danger!
  11. It is strictly prohibited to crawl under passenger platforms and railway rolling stock, as well as between wagons. 

    • Do not climb down under a standing train or climb over the hitch between the carriages! The train can start moving at any time, and this could lead to injury, or even death!
  12. It is prohibited to lean on, or delay the opening and closing of a carriage's automatic doors. 

    • Never lean against the outside automatic doors of a train and do not try to open them while the train is moving.
    • The door's opening/closing mechanism is not designed to operate if force is be applied to it. The force of the operating mechanism can lead to injury and to someone falling out of the carriage.
  13. It is prohibited to lean out through the windows or doors in the vestibules. 

    • The force of the air flow of a moving train can reach up to 16 tons. Leaning out the window, you might not notice a passing train in time. Violating this regulation can lead to serious injury or even death.
  14. It is prohibited to approach and make physical contact with the supports and constructs specific to the contact network, as well as overhead power lines and artificial structures, or touch the wires coming from the supports constructs specific to the contact network and overhead power lines. 

    • Never climb onto poles or other support structures with wires located on the railroad system. High voltage wires are attached to them. It is absolutely prohibited to come within 5 meters of them!
    • The voltage in the wires of the contact network is extremely high: up to 27500 volts. For comparison, to stop your heart, all you need is one second of contact with a wire carrying voltage of 110-230 volts.
    • Even without the risk of an electric shock, you can still make careless mistakes that will lead to instant death.