Cleanliness on Trains in the San Francisco Bay

Cleanliness on Trains in the San Francisco Bay
Peter DuMont - Tue Jun 16, 2015 @ 11:33PM
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The following is a re-post of my comment made to KQED-FM's Forum on 2015 June 15th, concerning public trains in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  • I'd like to reinforce the Director's mention of cleanliness. It's a very important issue.

    From choice of materials and surfaces that tend to stay clean (and clean up easily, as opposed to carpets, for example); to riders each watching their habits in respect to others; to items that only the system can attend to; everyone needs to pull together on this.

    One big dirt scar — right over an impressive governmental seal on the wall at Civic Center Station — stayed unattended for years. Hope it's been cleaned up by now.

    Compare our system with the super-clean atmosphere on trains in Washington, D.C.. Let's get some federal money, if necessary, devoted to cleanliness throughout the nation's public transit systems. Cleanliness and quality of life are tightly bound. They should be among our top priorities on BART and in the larger social community.

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1. Anonymous   |   Sat Jan 28, 2017 @ 10:36PM

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