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Regulation to help people in need take the subway a welcome move

By Wang Yiqing | China Daily | Updated: 2019-09-11 07:19

THE INTRODUCTION OF PRIORITY SUBWAY CARRIAGES for people in need in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong province, is a positive move that should be promoted nationwide. China Daily writer Wang Yiqing comments:

The revised draft of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Civilized Behavior Promotion Ordinance, which was opened recently to solicit public opinions, says the city's subway will introduce priority carriages for people in need such as the disabled, minors and women during rush hour.

And, if need be, the subway staff members should ask ordinary passengers to leave such carriages.

Regulation to help people in need take the subway a welcome move

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