In short, there is a lot going on at Caltrain, which is why the agency is more reliant than ever on its passengers to help out and assist in any ways necessary. That’s why the agency is reminding customers about our “See Something – Say Something” policy.
Caltrain initially launched the “See Something – Say Something” safety awareness campaign in 2013. As a way of promoting secure conditions through the system, Caltrain passengers were encouraged to contact the rail agency if something onboard the train or on the rail system seemed amiss. Passengers we’re also asked to remind their fellow riders to behave properly while using the system.
Because of all the activity presently happening on the right-of-way, Caltrain is reminding passengers of that helpful safety mantra. If a passenger notices something that doesn’t quite seem right while they’re on the train, they should say something to their conductor, or call Caltrain’s Transit Police Department at 1.877.723.7245.
It’s an important opportunity to let our passengers know that we can all count on a safe ride if we keep an eye out for each other.
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