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Safety: Light Rail Rider Safety

Riders boarding a light rail trainLight rail is a great way travel. Trains are fast, operate along a dedicated right of way and often get traffic signal priority to help speed you along your way. Though riding light rail is a very safe form of transportation, passengers should be aware of their surroundings and practice good safety behaviors.

VTA supports the efforts of the Stanford Women's Coalition in their efforts to help stop street harassment.

VTA Light Rail Safety (September 2011)

Watch the Light Rail Hunter as he investigates the Light Rail train -- a very useful and powerful beast that deserves our respect and attention!

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