In Barcelona, platform security doors are going to be installed in lines L11, L9, L10 and later in L5 and some stations of L6 and L7.sfgadv02 said:Yea, its not worth it to spend billions of dollars just to install PSD just to protect those people who want to kill themselves.
In Paris, only Lane 14 has such doors.hyacinthus said:It seems most European subways do not have platform doors to prevent accidental falls onto the tracks.
I was discussing this casually with a friend yesterday. He told me that to save energy, the passengers had to unlock and open the train doors to alight. However, doors were closed automatically before the train moves on. This is something new to meBender said:In Paris, only Lane 14 has such doors.
I think it's being considered for Lane 4 and Line 1 (which should be turned into an automatic lane someday)
I guess most trains stop operation at that kind of hours unless there is sufficient demand for it.Bender said:Metro in Paris is great but:
- it's dirty
- it's overcrowded
- the last metro leaves at around 12:30AM
- there are a lot of stops, maybe too many