Stroller accommodations coming to MTA buses citywide

The MTA is rolling out a new plan to make city buses more accommodating to people with strollers.
The "Open Stroller Pilot Program" will go into effect as soon as next week.
Under the plan, some buses will be outfitted to fit a single stroller in designated areas.
These areas will be separate from those for handicapped riders, according to the MTA.
Buses along the BX23 loop are among those due to be impacted.
Riders seeking the new accommodations should look for a stroller decal on the outside of the bus.
The pilot program will run for six months to determine ridership.