What is your challenge statement and problem statement?
Wouldn't changing the seat arrangements cause the MRT to change in size which would require the tracks to be reformatted which would take a lot of time?
But won't there be less people to stand? (The people also will squeeze in even though there is less space.)
Aren't the hallways too cramped? How are they going to move around?
Won't people complain if the elderly cabin is empty and the people are squashed on the other cabins?
CHALLENGE STATEMENT :Wouldn't it be nice if we the journey on the MRT would be more comfortable?PROBLEM STATEMENT :How can it be much more comfortable?
TO ADA, NO. We are changing the inside of the MRT not the size.
Desiree, the hallways are spaced enough. Imagine 2 by 2 by 2. There would surely be enough seats and space for the elderlies to move to the seats.
There would be space if we would extract the elderlies from the crowd, it will create more space for the younger peeps. It is hardly possible that there would be no elderlies. Anyways, we could also change the age limit lower so that there would be lesser people in the rest of the cabins.