German train stations say no to weed after it’s legalized nationwide

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German rail bans cannabis at stations after Nat’l legalization

Passengers on Deutsche Bahn, the state-owned German rail operator, will not be permitted to smoke cannabis on its stations following the legalization of the drug at the beginning of the month, reported dpa.

"Based on the legal ban on cannabis consumption during the day in pedestrian zones and in the vicinity of schools and playgrounds, we would like to safeguard all our passengers at our stations, especially children and young people," a Deutsche Bahn spokeswoman told the mass-circulation Bild tabloid.

The new regulations are to be ready for implementation in around four weeks, after which Deutsche Bahn staff will request passengers "in a friendly way" not to consume cannabis in stations.

The measure will apply in the smoking zones available in certain stations, Deutsche Bahn confirmed to dpa. There is a general smoking ban on German stations, with the exception of designated areas. Cannabis consumption is to be banned here as well.

Source: www.dailyfinland.fi

10 Comments
  1. EmilySmith23 says

    It’s important to prioritize safety, especially for children and young people. I fully support Deutsche Bahn in enforcing the ban on cannabis consumption at their stations. Let’s create a secure environment for everyone.

  2. AmyJohnson87 says

    It’s important for safety and respect for others that cannabis consumption is not allowed at the stations, especially to protect children and young people. I appreciate Deutsche Bahn taking this step to create a safe environment for everyone.

  3. Emily1975 says

    I believe that banning cannabis at German rail stations is a necessary step to ensure the safety and well-being of all passengers, especially children and young people. It’s important to respect the laws and regulations in place to create a harmonious environment for everyone.

  4. EmilyJohnson says

    It’s crucial to prioritize the safety and well-being of passengers, especially children and young people, by prohibiting cannabis consumption at railway stations. I support Deutsche Bahn’s decision to enforce this rule in line with the legal restrictions on drug use in public areas. Thank you for taking steps to create a safer environment for everyone.

  5. EmilySmith says

    It’s important to prioritize the safety and well-being of all passengers, especially children and young people. I support Deutsche Bahn’s decision to prohibit cannabis consumption at train stations to maintain a family-friendly environment.

  6. Laura95 says

    It’s important to prioritize the safety of all passengers, especially children and young people, at train stations. I support Deutsche Bahn’s decision to prohibit cannabis consumption on their premises.

  7. EmilyJohnson82 says

    It makes sense to have clear rules against cannabis consumption at train stations to protect the safety and well-being of all passengers, especially children and young people. I support Deutsche Bahn’s decision to enforce the ban and create a safe environment for everyone using their services.

  8. AmyJohnson123 says

    Is it really necessary to ban cannabis consumption in designated smoking zones within the German train stations? Wouldn’t it be better to enforce stricter regulations instead?

  9. LisaJohnson123 says

    As a frequent traveler on German trains, I fully support this decision. It’s important to ensure the safety and well-being of all passengers, especially children and young people. Let’s respect the rules and regulations in place.

  10. EmilySmith says

    I think it’s important for train stations to enforce this rule to protect the safety and well-being of all passengers, especially children and young people. It’s crucial to create a clean and safe environment for everyone using public transportation. I support Deutsche Bahn’s decision in implementing this measure.

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