Travel Etiquette

Guideline on travelling etiquettes.

Observe Social Distancing Etiquette ​

Keep your distance with other passengers. Stand on the red line and do not sit on seats marked with notices.

Priority Seating

Keep Doorways Clear

Put Bags down

Priority seats can be found on all Rapid trains and buses. We urge passengers to offer your seat to an elderly, disabled, expectant mothers or commuters with infants.

Before boarding the train or bus, stand clear from the doors and allow passengers to alight first. If you are onboard the train or bus, give some room to those who are boarding.

No one wants a bag shoved onto their face. Please be considerate and remove your backpack and place it on the floor to make more room for other passengers.

Make More Room

Mobile Phones

Personal Hygiene

Make room for others to board the train or bus. Move towards the centre or back especially during peak hours.

Mobile phones have become a necessity, but not everyone is keen on your conversation. Keep your voice down and avoid sharing your discussions.

Take care of your personal hygiene. If you see others pinching their noses, it’s obvious you don’t smell so good. Always keep in mind that everyone is traveling in a confined area for a good distance.

No Smoking

Pole Hogger

Do Not Litter

Smoking is not allowed at all stations, platforms and onboard trains and buses. Let’s keep our surroundings clean.

Don’t hog the pole and handrail. The pole is not for dancing but to ensure everyone is safe and secured when travelling.

Coming onboard a clean train and bus is nice. Help to keep it clean and ensure that no one litters.