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Taipei Metro rules impress, surprise foreign visitors, residents on MRT
From: China Post
Date: 28/03/16

TAIPEI -- The Taipei subway system, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, has impressed many foreign visitors and residents with its cleanliness and services for people who do not speak Chinese but also surprised them with some of its guidelines.

The guidelines include "priority seats" for the elderly, pregnant women, people with babies and bans on eating or drinking in the trains.

The "priority seats" on Taipei Metro trains have a darker color than the rest and are often left empty even when a carriage is packed, confusing some overseas riders such as Aurelie from France, who has worked in Taiwan for over 10 years.

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