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Who is that man who stands by the door in my way? Who is
woman with an air conditioner on a push-cart? It must be
stop next since they block all doors. I, the polite commuter
aware of limited space have slipped deep into the car. But
how will I ever get out? How?
is the "shunter doors" Certain doors open only
certain stopsyou may move from section to section when
the train is in motion.
Now you must move deeper in to the car and away from my
doorif you ever wish to leave
A computer will make this work so that people are sorted in
to equally crowed cars based on the most and least used
||One of the problems with the BART system in SF is there are not enough doors per car. The predictable result is, at busy stations the trains have to dwell for ages while people jostle on and off. So at busy stations/times of day, not opening some doors would probably not be feasible.
||Also, how do I know which door to go to for my station? Heaven forbid I am in a wheelchair.
||People in wheelchairs hardly ever take the subway due to
the steps-- only a few stations have elevators. You which
door from expereince-- just the same as you start to learn
when the express runs local and when not to go to 145th
||fb: Um, that's me...I thought you took the E or F, not the 4/5/6?