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巴黎交通局呼吁地铁文明创意广告 Be civilized on public transport

轨道交通是各个国家在城镇化进程中的必然选择,透过轨道交通可以优化城市布局并改善人民生活,目前,中国地铁建设仍然方兴未艾,预计到2020年轨道交通将覆盖中国50个城市,总长超过7000公里1。然而,地铁上的不文明现象层出不穷,2013年5月,为改善这些地铁中的不文明,杭州市文明办、杭州市地铁集团更推出了《杭州地铁文明公约》 2,来抑止地铁中的不文明举动发生,原因在于地铁里的不文明若任其发展下去也会导致城市市民基本素质下降。但是,地铁中的不文明现象不仅在中国,在欧洲国家也一直存在。近期,掌管巴黎所有大众交通工具的巴黎交通局RATP推出一系列倡导广告,藉此呼吁巴黎市民「Restons civils sur toute la ligne (一同保持地铁里的文明行为)」 3

广告1标语 : 「将口香糖吐到垃圾桶里的人,鞋底就可以少黏到一点口香糖」


广告2标语 : 「去程把坐位弄脏的人,回程可能会把自己的衣服弄脏」


广告3标语 : 「在手扶梯亲热的人,会导致后方人潮拥塞」


广告4标语 : 「拿掉背包,就可以在旅行途中少阻挡到他人」


据 RATP 统计,五大地铁不文明行为包括: 讲电话音量过大、逃票、将报纸或杂物随意丢弃在地铁车厢内、在车厢内未先进后出、在手扶梯上未靠右站立4

  1. 2020 Nian guidao jiaotong jiang fugai zhongguo 50 ge chengshi chao 7000 gongli 2020年轨道交通将覆盖中国50个城市 超7000公里 http://www.china.com.cn/news/env/2012-11/10/content_27066046.htm  (accessed 1 July 2013 []
  2. “Hangzhou ditie wenming gongyue” zhengshi fa bu 《杭州地铁文明公约》正式发布 http://hangzhou.zjol.com.cn/system/2013/05/29/019370434.shtml (accessed 1 July 2013) []
  3. 巴黎是继英国伦敦在1863年之后,世界上第二个拥有地铁的国家。巴黎地铁自1900年营运至今,每天有超过10万人次使用RATP的网络交通。 []
  4. Campagne RATP : saison 2 de « Restons civils sur toute la ligne » http://www.ratp.fr/fr/ratp/r_68230/campagne-ratp-saison-2-de-restons-civils-sur-toute-la-ligne-/ (accessed 1 July 2013). []

Chi-Han Ai

Ph.D. candidate of EHESS ( École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris) focusing on regional economic development in China and Taiwan.

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New metro opens in Kunming

Subway opens in SW China’s Kunming

KUNMING, May 20 (Xinhua) — A subway line opened Monday in Kunming, capital of southwest China’s Yunnan Province, the first to be built in the area.

The 22-km-long line will eventually act as an overlapping section for two planned subway lines, a manager from subway operator Kunming Subway Co., Ltd. said.

The subway’s trains will run at an average speed of 39.3 km per hour, taking 34 minutes for each one-way trip, the manager said.

Construction on the line started in April 2010. It went into trial operation on April 9 this year.

A continued infrastructure boom

Dozens of cities are building a metro system. Some do not need it

NOT many global cities of nearly 9m people lack an underground line, but until the end of last year the eastern city of Hangzhou was one of them. Now city slickers and rural migrants squeeze together inside shiny new carriages, checking their smartphones and reading free newspapers like commuters the world over. There is standing-room only in the rush hour and, with tickets at less than a dollar, the metro is revolutionising the way people travel across town.

Two other Chinese cities—Suzhou and Kunming—have also opened their first underground lines in the past year, and the north-eastern city of Harbin is preparing to open one too. Four more cities have just added a new line to their existing systems. At least seven others have begun building their first lines.

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Jacqueline Nivard

Jacqueline Nivard, Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine

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