[TUHS] OT: trains [Was: Date madness]
itz at very.loosely.org
Mon Dec 18 07:24:00 AEST 2017
On 2017-12-17 15:07, Ron Natalie wrote:
> Amtrak has an amusing way of handling the time change. A train just
> never departs before it's published time. This means in the spring;
> the trains just tend to run an hour late (or later than normal). In
> the fall, the train sits at whatever station it had arrived at before
> 2 AM and waits until the clock catches up.
How do other train systems handle it, e.g. the European intercity system?
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