All passengers on the Light Train are required to behave respectfully towards the other passengers at the stations and carriages. Discrimination of the public who use Light Train services on the basis of religion, race and gender is prohibited. It is prohibited to use offensive language, to behave aggressively or indecently towards other passengers on the train.
"Giving the right to sit" - allowing older passengers, pregnant women, parents with children and passengers with disabilities to sit. When the train stops at a station, it is customary to "first get out and then get in", i.e.
passengers wishing to get off the train should be allowed to do so and only then enter the train.
According to the Railway Regulations, 5772-2012, section 15B, travel by train requires full clothing.
Traveling under the influence of alcohol or drugs is strictly prohibited. Smoking in carriages and in the area of the stations is strictly prohibited.
According to the Railway Regulations, 5772-2012, section 17, causing a noise disturbance to those around should be avoided, including playing music, except with personal headphones.
Do not put feet on the seats, keep the carriages and stations clean, graffiti is strictly prohibited. Do not lie on benches or on the floor of the carriages. It is prohibited to damage the integrity of the equipment and property at the stations and on the train.
It is prohibited to post ads, signs and posters including the distribution of leaflets in carriages and stations.
According to the Railway Regulations, 5772-2012, section 9, the emergency facilities on board the train may not be used unnecessarily: fire extinguishers, emergency stop handles, etc.
in the carriages and in the area of the stations.
According to the Railway Ordinance, section 16 (37), it is prohibited to sell products at stations and/or on board the train itself.
Other train passengers must be protected and respected as well as their privacy. Therefore, we seek to avoid acts that may be construed by other passengers as a nuisance, including loud conversations, requests for donations or begging. Passengers who violate these guidelines and violate the public order and/or those who harm the safety of passengers and the ride itself will be removed from the train and a complaint will be filed against them with the Israel Police.