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176219-02-2024
KOLKATA
PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED SAFETY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AT VARIOUS METRO STATIONS

AMAR KOLKATA METRO

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT  CONDUCTED SAFETY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AT VARIOUS METRO STATIONS

 

Kolkata,17th February, 2024 :

 

Crossing the Yellow Line at Metro stations when there is no train at the platform is a problem which could prove to be fatal specially during peak hours. This may lead to unwanted accidents at Metro stations of Blue Line and Purple Line which may affect Metro services and cause sufferings to thousands of passengers.

 

Officers and staff of Public Relations Department, Metro Railway has conducted an awareness campaign today i.e. 17.02.2024  at Park Street, Esplanade and Kalighat stations to make Metro commuters aware about the danger of this practice. Staff of Public Relations Department, Traffic Department and RPF personnel counseled them to refrain from crossing the Yellow Line unnecessarily. Information - Education - Communication (IEC) materials were distributed among the commuters at these three stations and announcements were also made through Public Address System requesting Metro users not to commit that mistake.

 

Appreciating this initiative, commuters have promised to cooperate with Metro authorities to make the journey accident-free.

 

Shri Kausik Mitra, Chief Public Relations Officer, Metro Railway has informed, "Such campaign helps to strengthen the bonding between our commuters and Metro Authorities. It also helps to educate and convince Metro users the importance of keeping a safe distance from the Yellow Line o­n the platform when there is no Metro."

 

Kausik Mitra

Chief Public Relations Officer







 





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