sounds interesting? but they have cameras in ALL public transport. wonder if they are also connected? though i do not mind. if it makes the town and transport safer, good for it. i suppose the article in the MT is just for sensation catching.
Cameras in public transport are being used for much more - mundane - purposes.
In Germany and Austria the subway is being closely monitored.
And i assume also in other countries. And it was for instance in Germany, some scum - just for fun - pushed down people for no reason down the stairs or even in front of incoming trains. The scoundrels was caught after police were examine thousands of hours of CCTV. To bad, sending the scumbags peeling potatoes in Siberia, is not an option for German law enforcement....