The city of Honolulu in Hawaii has proposed a safety plan for the rail system, which is set to begin operations in July.
The plan includes a three-level security system that features security cameras and emergency call points at stations and on-board trains.
Station operators will be present at each station, while train operators will be present on every other train.
Honolulu police will respond as needed.
Customer safety officers will also patrol select stations, on-board trains, and parking facilities.
The proposal includes new details about operating hours, which will be from 5 AM to 7 PM on weekdays every 10 minutes.
However, some details about the safety plan, such as how stations will be selected for patrols, remain unclear.
Oahu residents are looking forward to utilizing the rail system and are on board with the proposed security measures.
The city council transportation committee will hold monthly briefings to iron out details before rail operations take off.
A hearing on the rail safety plan will be held on April 4th.