ZümmyZüm Posted January 9 Report Share Posted January 9 3 hours ago, Shaun said: But for 50 years the train ran fine without having to do this, so why now? And by doing this are you not padding the schedule by 1 minute each time the train leaves the station? So by the 10th station it will be 10min of buffer? Because nowadays people don’t respect the fact that if they missed the train, it’s on them. Far too often will people rush or try and pry doors open. By GO implementing this “doors closed 1 min prior” it gives them that 1 minute buffer to leave on time allowing for passengers rushing and forcing doors open to still happen but allows a on-time departure. If they had moved the timepoints up a minute they’d have the same issues currently, just a minute earlier. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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