By NANAMI WATANABE/ Staff Writer
September 15, 2020 at 18:51 JST
Passengers on a women-only tram car in Kumamoto’s Chuo Ward on Sept. 14. A “women-only” sign is seen on the door. (Nanami Watanabe)
KUMAMOTO--Kumamoto city’s transit system is starting a trial run of tram cars reserved exclusively for women to prevent groping and voyeurism during morning rush hours. [Read More]
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