易哈佛 \ 2018年资格英语

Questions 176-180 refer to the following article. ...

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[单项选择题]Questions 176-180 refer to the following article. Early today, Susan Cabot, executive director of the New Hightown City Transit Authority, announced the Transit Authority’s decision to pass an unpopular rule banning walking between morning cars on the commuter train. The decision drew criticism from many people who ride the trains. Ms. Cabot reminded opponents of the ban that although moving between cars to find an available seat was a common practice, it was also a very dangerous one. She added that the new rule would help ensure the safety of the passengers and reduce accidents. Ms. Cabot further stated that transit police officers on patrol would be responsible for enforcing the ban. In most cases, they would issue a warning before writing a ticket. She declined, however, to mention specific criteria that would be used when deciding whether to issue a ticket. "We are not writing tickets for everything we see, nor are we assigning police officers to watch every move passengers make on board. If a passenger has a good reason for not observing the rules, police officer discretion will prevail." Ms. Cabot ordered the Transit Authority to conduct a three- month study to monitor how often tickets are issued. Other proposed changes under consideration include a ban on wearing roller skates, standing on a skateboard, or riding a bicycle on a train platform. In addition, the practice of putting one’s feet up on the seat would also be forbidden. If approved by Transit Authority, these additional rule changes would take effect on May 1. According to the article, what do passengers think of the ban

关键词: the would authority
A. The fine is too high.
B. It is the result of political pressure.
C. It will increase accidents.
D. It is not a good policy.

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