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Japanese railway wants to keep passengers with the App fit

in Japan, trains are crowded in rush hour traffic is hopelessly. In order to make the passengers pass the time in the train a bit more comfortable, the operator East Japan Railway, an App for Smartphones will develop to guide the commuters of physical Exercises on the train.

"Tsukin Jigoku" ("commuter hell") to call the Japanese day-to-day commuting in the crowded lanes of the largest Metropolitan area in the world. The scenes of railway employees, the push to some of the stations, the passengers into the Packed compartment, belong to the popular cliché images of Japan.

"Train ing" is the name of the new App, which is currently being tested at Tokyo's busy ring Yamanote line, like JR said. The App suggests the passengers light Exercises, depending on where the user is in the train, and how full the train is. During a sitting, hanging other passengers in the train handles. Passengers can open the App while waiting on the platform and the stations to choose where you get in and out.

it Should arrive in the App with passengers, well, come to think of it, you will in the future also on other rail lines to introduce, it was said. Sometimes the crowding in the trains in the big room of the million-capital of the country is able to move, however, so violently, that they often barely. (chk/sda)

Created: 04.12.2019, 05:37 PM

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