OPINION: CSI Shuttle System Needs a Revamp

COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND — CSI is a commuter school.

As such, it is a reasonable expectation that the school should provide an efficient means of transportation for the hundreds of students that commute to the island every day.

This effort is provided through the CSI ferry shuttle, a set of busses running a twenty minute schedule on full class days.

Though in classic CSI fashion, these shuttle busses that many students and faculty rely on every day are plagued with a multitude of issues and inconsistencies. Such circumstances frequently cause commuters to arrive late to where they are needed most, and force them to sit in the uncomfortable purgatories that are the shuttle bus stops.