It’s mass transit, all right.
New York City subway riders were fuming Saturday over the utter lack of social distancing on a very packed train, video shows.
Dozens of straphangers were already squeezed “like sardines” inside an N train when it pulled into the Lexington 59th street station around 5:00 p.m., according to the footage.
Some riders jammed into the car — but one outraged woman asked “What the f–k distance is this? They’re squeezing like sardines.”
“It’s because MTA don’t give a f–k about the people,” said a man standing outside the overflowing train doors.
“The MTA is running as much service as we can with the crews we have available,” MTA spokesman Aaron Donovan said in a statement.