Muni has added sensors to train doors to detect if there is something or someone blocking the door.
VIDEO: Woman dragged by San Francisco Muni train after getting hand caught in door
In April a woman was dragged after getting her hand caught in a closing door. A coupler failure had forced Muni to run new trains as single cars.
There have been a total of three incidents since November of 2017 involving the back doors in which passengers were injured.
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Muni has unlocked the back doors of its new trains. They were locked when passengers were getting stuck in them and getting hurt. Now they have new sensors to detect if someone or something is blocking the door. pic.twitter.com/NA4MOX6P1l— Amy Hollyfield (@amyhollyfield) June 26, 2019