Plan to Relocate Unhoused People Divides MTA Riders

YORK COLLEGE–New York City subway riders are divided on the success of City Hall’s plan to remove unhoused people from trains and stations. Some have praised the plan and measures that go with it, while others doubt that it will be driven to its defined purpose. 

“It is a good idea to shelter those people into a safe place and take care of those with mental issues,” said Ellen, an E train rider. “But the plan should not be dropped along the way.”