Train-related tips for new riders can be found here, and for the seasoned riders, train etiquette can be a little confusing.

Here’s what to expect from the next few weeks:The best train is probably the first one you ever ride on, because it will always be there when you need it.

But the first time you’re riding on the first train on the train schedule is the first trip.

The schedule doesn’t change often.

There are no stops or change stations.

You will be the only person on the platform, so make sure you stay off the train until you’re safely off the platform.

You may want to get off at a station you haven’t been on before.

But if you don’t, don’t be afraid to ask for the next train.

Train etiquette is more complex than just making sure you are seated correctly.

Here are some important things to know:The only time you may have to change trains is when you have to leave the platform due to a bad weather or other emergency.

You may also need to change stations for any emergency.

Train etiquette can change depending on where you are on the schedule.

For example, if you’re at the West Coast Line and a new train is due at the end of the day, the schedule will have you boarding at the North Shore Line and you boarding the next day.

On the East Coast, you may need to board the next morning.

You should not leave the train before it reaches the station, and you should always keep an eye on the clock to make sure the train is running smoothly.

If the train gets delayed and you can’t get on, try to ask the person next to you to get on.

If there is an emergency, stay off, or wait until the train reaches your destination.

When the train arrives, it will be very busy and the trains will likely be packed with passengers.

It will be a great time to check on other passengers and look for any missing people.

You can use the stopwatch to find out how many people are waiting to get in or out.

You are responsible for ensuring the train has enough space to safely carry you and all of your belongings.

You should be able to carry enough to eat and drink and for your luggage to fit on the seats.

Train seating is located at the back of the train, and the front of the car is usually at the front.

The back of each train is normally reserved for the most comfortable seats.

There are several seating options in each train schedule.

There may be additional rows of seats reserved for passengers with disabilities or for those who cannot fit through the doors.

The front row is usually reserved for senior citizens and senior citizens with mobility issues.

The middle rows are usually reserved to those with disabilities.

The rear rows are reserved for anyone who is in a wheelchair or who is on a disability train.

Train schedules vary a lot from day to day, and they can change very quickly.

There is no set time to expect changes.

When boarding, make sure your seat is not too far away from the other passengers, or they will be tempted to get onto the train to get out.

If you feel uncomfortable when you get on the car, ask the conductor to make you sit on the seat next to the one next to your seat.

If you are wearing a seatbelt, don`t forget to buckle it.

Train security will check your seatbelt and may require it if it is loose.

Train stations have no doors, and passengers may need help to get to the train.

The best time to get help is at the start of the journey, when you may be the first person to board.

If the train goes on too long without you, make an appointment to catch a different train, so you don`T miss any important announcements.

You can find the schedules on the Amtrak website or on the website of the California Public Utilities Commission.

If a schedule is not available for your state, you can find it on the NHTSA website.