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That tall seat tilted vertically on the right is known as a “standing seat.” This is for passengers who want to rest against something while riding. Another benefit? Since it’s right in the wheelchair zone, anyone in a wheelchair can use it for support in case the streetcar comes to a sudden halt.
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That tall seat tilted vertically on the right is known as a “standing seat.” This is for passengers who want to rest against something while riding. Another benefit? Since it’s right in the wheelchair zone, anyone in a wheelchair can use it for support in case the streetcar comes to a sudden halt.

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