Smokers On Trains? Gone Since December

In Czechs, Law on August 30, 2007 by Petr Bokuvka

December 9, 2007. The day new train schedule for the winter season will be introduced. The day as of which train cars for smokers will be history.

It is about time. I don’t understand why there even was such thing as special cars where people are allowed to smoke. Why would anyone have to be nice to smokers, when smoking is NOT life-saving necessity that a passenger has to have during a four-hour ride. Why aren’t there special cars for mothers with infants in which the women can lock themselves in and have absolute privacy, with no obnoxious passengers AND people who use the special cars for parents with children (explanation: in the Czech Republic there are special cars that parents with kinds under 10 can use and ordinary passengers should not use).

Austrians and Germans banned smoking on trains quite recently. 


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