Do limit your baggage to 15 Kgs, not exceeding 60 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm in size.
Do use the dustbins.
Do stand on the left side of the escalators and while moving keep to the right.
Do move away from escalators immediately after use.
Do make way for the physically challenged.
Do show your tickets to Metro personnel, when asked to.
Do consider the comfort of your fellow passengers.
Do abstain from drunken and unruly behaviour.
Do take care of your valuables.
Do contact Metro Police for assistance.
Do contact female security personnel in case of any problem ( for lady passengers)
Do remember that the train stops for upto 30 seconds only.
Do offer the seat to female, physically challenged and elder passenger.
Don’t bring eatables inside the station premises.
Don’t bring pets inside.
Don’t smoke in metro premises.
Don’t carry firearms.
Don’t travel without your smart card or token.
Don’t jump over the ticket barrier.
Don’t share your card or token with another person on the same journey.
Don’t cross the yellow line on the platform.
Don’t step onto the Metro tracks.
Don’t travel on the roof of the train.
Don’t try to force the doors open.
Don’t step on the Tactiles meant for the visually impaired.
Don’t use the lift, it is meant for the physically challenged.
Don’t deface or put up posters inside the Metro station or train.
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