China’s rail operator apologises for holiday travel chaos but says it will seek to punish unruly passengers
The company that runs China’s railways apologised on Saturday for the chaotic scenes on trains and at stations during this year’s extended Labour Day holiday, but said it would also consider how passengers who contributed to the disruption should be punished.
An estimated 70 million people took rail trips between Tuesday and Saturday, with the peak coming on Wednesday, when a record 17 million passengers boarded trains across the country on May 1.……
Transport News International
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