Tube Strike (Was: [ANNOUNCE] [SOCIAL] Social at Dirty Dicks, Thursday 6th September)
spiros at lokku.com
Mon Sep 3 10:48:01 BST 2007
On 9/3/07, Iain Tatch <iain.tatch+londonpm at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 03/09/07, Peter Corlett <abuse at cabal.org.uk> wrote:
> To answer the original question, my understanding is that the Jubilee,
> Northern and Piccadilly ought to carry on as normal during the strike.
> You can expect those lines to be obscenely crowded though (as opposed
> to just ridiculously crowded as is the norm). The other lines are
> likely to wind down from mid-afternoon today and I suspect that as of
> tomorrow morning they won't be running a single train.
Just wondering, isn't there a certain limit to how many people can get
into a carriage. Surely like any moving vehicle, it would have a max
number of people allowed to occupied it. Taking the central line for
nearly 1 1/2 years now to work every day, I have come across numerous
lovely occasions where its just too much and there are way too many
people in there (with of course more people pushing to get in at every
stop). Just wondering if there's any sort of policy w/ regards to
being sardines, because from what I gather its always been "as many as
we can fit in"
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