How To Stay Safe On Public Transport
What is one way the video advises to stay safe on bus?
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Well, the first thing to remember now in terms of staying safe on public transport is that most buses, trains, and in London, the tube stations, have CCTV on them which actually does make travelling by public transport a lot safer than it was a number of years ago. Also, British Transport Police, and in London, Transport for London, have invested significant resources in the policing and security of public transport. So actually, generally, they are very safe means of transport. That said, obviously like everything else there are sensible precautions you can take, depending on what time of day you're using public transport, to minimise the risk of you becoming the victim of crime. If you're using the bus late at night, and it's a double-decker, then generally speaking it's a better thing to be downstairs on the bus, and nearer the driver. On public transport, a train or a tube, I would suggest that you travel nearer to the front of the train where the driver is.