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Public transportation

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Bus stops
To evaluate the safety of a bus stop, observe its surroundings. Who is hanging around? Are there any open businesses within a quick jump? Be aware of any dark alleys near the bus stop; they could be the perfect hideout for a would-be mugger or worse. Try if you can to use more popular bus stops where large numbers of people are.
There is proper etiquette that should be followed on all public transportation services:
• Most public transport vehicles have seats reserved for the elderly or disabled. If no elderly or disabled people are present, you are welcome to sit in them. But the moment you see one, you should vacate that seat, at least temporarily, so the person in need can have it without having to ask. Even if your seat is not a reserved one, you should be willing to sacrifice it to an elderly or disabled person.
[[Category: Transportation]]

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