Does anyone know how the new M-set style doors on T sets respond when people try and stop them from closing?
One of the (few) good features of the existing T set doors is that people running late aren't able to simply stick their hands/umbrellas/pretty much anything between the closing doors to make them automatically re-open. In contrast, M and A sets are often subject to delays when late running passengers (or school kids messing around) simply stick something between the doors which then duly re-open by themselves.
People seem to treat these doors like elevator doors and know they'll reopen if they hold them. I've even seen some people on trains thinking it's polite or chivalrous to make the doors re-open if they see a late running passenger making a dash towards the train.
Anyone know if the new T set doors behave the same way?