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Can I smoke on the high-speed rail? How will smoking on the high-speed rail be punished?

For many big guns, isn't it hard to sit on the high-speed rail without smoking? It's hard to come out and just want to light a cigarette quickly. The high-speed rail has a few hours' journey, and the people who are addicted to smoking are really a little uncomfortable. But smoking is strictly prohibited on high-speed rail, so how will smoking be punished on high-speed rail?

First of all, the old saying that smoking is harmful to health. This is not the most important reason, but the real reason is about your life safety!

The high-speed EMU is a fully enclosed train, although the body of the train is made of fireproof materials. But the people in the car are confused, and many of their belongings are flammable. If a fire is caused by a Mars bomb, it can't be put out in time. People in the car have no way to escape. There are no rescue workers on the high-speed railway, and the consequences are unimaginable.

So now a large number of smoke alarm devices are installed on the EMU, and they are connected with the ATO automatic system of the train. As long as smoke is detected, it will trigger the device, emit a harsh alarm sound, and make the train stop by emergency braking, which is easy to cause passenger panic. And the high-speed train running without warning of emergency braking stop, in case of a rear end, is a disaster.

Finally, no matter whether you smoke or not, you must control yourself and stop others from smoking when riding the high-speed rail. By the way, e-cigarettes are no good either. Part of the smoke alarm is based on the refraction of light, steam smoke will also trigger the alarm.

What about smoking on the high-speed rail?

From May 1, two new regulations related to public travel will be put into effect, increasing the penalties for train ticket evasion, illegal smoking, airport disturbance and other traffic dishonesty. According to the new rules, smoking in the non-smoking area of EMU trains or other trains will be banned for 180 days, while 'troublemakers' in airports and airplanes will also be banned for one year.