MTA Rolls Out Pandemic Break Room Trailers For Workers At Train Terminals

More than six months since the pandemic began, the MTA has begun setting up mobile trailers outside some train terminals for workers to use during breaks, in an attempt to provide more social distancing for employees.

In the early days of the pandemic, some MTA employees, who are classified as essential workers, complained about overcrowded, windowless break rooms at terminals in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. The tight spaces worried workers, who felt they were placed in a vulnerable position as more and more employees were getting sick.

Scott Heins/Gothamist More than six months since the pandemic began, the MTA has begun setting up mobile trailers outside some train terminals for workers to use during breaks, in an attempt to provide more social distancing for employees.

In the early days of the pandemic, some MTA employees, who are […]

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