A new poll finds almost half of New Yorkers have no plans to get back on the subways once the city lockdown is over.
The research group Elcud conducted the survey of 410 New York City residents. It finds forty-four-percent of New Yorkers will avoid public transportation entirely when the quarantine ends, and only 18-point-five-percent say they plan to use the subway to get to work when the lockdown is over.
Over 31-percent of those polled say they will use public transportation less, and choose to get to places on foot, by bike or in cars. A
As for working at home, only 5.5-percent say they’ll be doing that.
Source: New York Post