Network Rail said it does "everything we can" to make moving around its train stations as easy and safe as possible, but there are still far too many people injuring themselves where alcohol appears to have been a factor.
Robin Gisby, Network Rail’s managing director for network operations, said: “We want people to enjoy their evenings and get home safe".
"The only thing I want to see fall is the number of incidents, so hopefully the campaign will be a gentle reminder for people to take extra care as they travel home through our stations.”
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