PUBLIC TRANSPORT - METRO

Hand Washing

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HAND-WASHING STEPS

Displaying the step by step process of washing hands with soap above the sink in the restroom, to remind people of the handwashing technique at the right point.

HAND-WASHING STEPS

Displaying the step by step process of washing hands with soap above the sink in the restroom, to remind people of the handwashing technique at the right point.


Installing sanitizer dispensers

Placing hand sanitizer dispensers in key locations at eye-level to make easy the practice of regular sanitation. The sanitizers could be further highlighted by placing a bright signs above the dispensers.

Installing sanitizer dispensers

Placing hand sanitizer dispensers in key locations at eye-level to make easy the practice of regular sanitation. The sanitizers could be further highlighted by placing a bright signs above the dispensers.

Colour-coding high touchpoint regions

Placing a danger sign on high risk areas like stairway railings, door handles, escalator handle, ticketing machine etc. to make salient the immediate need to wash/sanitize hands after touching these surfaces.

Colour-coding high touchpoint regions

Placing a danger sign on high risk areas like stairway railings, door handles, escalator handle, ticketing machine etc. to make salient the immediate need to wash/sanitize hands after touching these surfaces.

Foot-prints to Hand Hygiene

Placing stickers (in bright colours) on the floor, to highlight the path from key areas to handwashing stations and sanitizer dispensers, to serve as a reminder.

Foot-prints to Hand Hygiene

Placing stickers (in bright colours) on the floor, to highlight the path from key areas to handwashing stations and sanitizer dispensers, to serve as a reminder.

Use of smart cards instead of tokens

Metro stations should promote the system of smart cards (National Common Mobility Card – NCMC) – where every individual only uses their own card for entry and exit and non-touch digital payment for their commute , and discourage the use of tokens that might have been touched by others.

The cards can be promoted using price discounts. The use of card also reduces the need for crowding in ticket counters.

Use of smart cards instead of tokens

Metro stations should promote the system of smart cards (National Common Mobility Card – NCMC) – where every individual only uses their own card for entry and exit and non-touch digital payment for their commute , and discourage the use of tokens that might have been touched by others.

The cards can be promoted using price discounts. The use of card also reduces the need for crowding in ticket counters.

Supporting other contactless transactions

Having in place infrastructure that supports contactless transactions like – having ticketing machines that don’t require direct number punching but can be done using the phone like a phone top-up or having one person who is handling the machine who the customer provides details to.

Supporting other contactless transactions

Having in place infrastructure that supports contactless transactions like – having ticketing machines that don’t require direct number punching but can be done using the phone like a phone top-up or having one person who is handling the machine who the customer provides details to.