Conductors say "no" to train passengers who take risks

08/30/2010 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

Breaking the rules to make a train is likely to backfire for riders of Chicago's Metra passenger service. Conductors of the Metra's Union Pacific North, Northwest and West lines aren't letting on passengers who put themselves in danger to board the train. From crawling under parked trains to trespassing over tracks, commuters take undue risks that conductors want to see stop.

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