Every Metra train to have 'Quiet Car' with library and art gallery
The suburban train line system in Chicago recently started a new policy of having a "Quiet Car" on every Metra train. These "Quiet Cars" have signage to indicate that you are on a "Quiet Car" and thus you are to be quiet. If you happen to miss these signs Metra says, "There will also be more on-board announcements on trains with 'Quiet Cars.' These announcements will also include a friendly reminder from the Conductor as he collects fares."
Metra should take this a step further and change the environment of the car so people know they are on a "Quiet Car." They should have bookshelves on the "Quiet Car" so people know to act like it's a library. Or maybe artwork, so it's like an art museum.
They should take out one of the the seats on one side of the train and replace them with bookshelves and paintings and fine art sculptures. Actually they could tear down the second platform on one side and have it be one really big wall that's open. I want to totally redesign the Metra Quiet Car.