The safest way to ride the subway is with a baby, according to the MTA, which is making sure that mothers and babies are fully protected during the trip.
According to the New York City Department of Transportation, babies and toddlers under 2 years old are not allowed on any subway train or bus.
This rule is due to a study conducted by the MTA and the New England Regional Transit Authority that determined that there was a “high risk of injury or death to infants, young children, and young adults” during transit.
“Baby seats are designed for infants to sit on and babies should be secured in a car seat or a carrier,” the MTA said in a statement.
If a baby is not secured properly during the ride, it can become “unusable, or the baby may be placed in a seat that is too large or has too much padding.”
The MTA added that the agency also recommends keeping children in a baby car seat for their own protection during a trip.
The MTA also said that it would work with the U.S. Department of Justice to determine whether a city, county, or state has a law or ordinance prohibiting the use of baby seats on subway trains.
In a statement, the MTA also explained that it has not received any complaints regarding the use and/or safety of baby seat restraints on trains.
The agency did, however, offer an educational pamphlet about the importance of keeping baby seats secured.
“Be sure to use baby seat belts when you are traveling with your child.
They are essential to prevent injuries and ensure the safety of your child during your journey,” the pamphlet reads.
The NYPD is also working to make sure that people under the age of 6 are protected during their trips.
As part of the campaign, the NYPD is encouraging people to keep their children safe during their trip.