MTA Home; NYC Subways and Buses; Long Island Rail Road; Metro-North Railroad; Bridges and Tunnels; MTA Capital Program; Schedules; Fares & Tolls; Maps; Planned Service Changes; MTA Info; Doing Business With Us; Transparency. Main Page; Board Materials; Budget Info; Capital Program Info; Capital Program Dashboard; Investor Information; MTA Reduced fares are available for MTA subway, bus, and rail customers who are 65 or older or who have qualifying disabilities. The reduced fare is half the base fare. The base fare for subways and local buses is $2.75, so the reduced fare is $1.35. The Reduced-Fare MetroCard ® is a personalized card with your name and photo. You must apply for NYC/Fair Fares. If you fall within NYC's response to the coronavirus outbreak Here's what you need to know during the novel coronavirus outbreak in New York City, from mass transit MetroCard is a fare medium used for MTA NYC Transit subways and buses, and acceptable on NICE Bus. Some ticket options may be purchased with a MetroCard on the reverse side. LIRR offers both the $5.50 Round-Trip (2 rides) separately or on Round-Trip ticket types.
A new Metropolitan Transportation Authority Inspector General report, obtained by THE CITY, finds that the transit agency's tracking methods missed the mark, leading to an undercount in fare beat on New York City subways and buses. A new MTA Inspector General report, obtained by THE CITY, finds that the transit agency's tracking methods
New York to Replace MetroCard With Modern Way to Pay Transit Fares A new system for passengers to pay fares will replace the MetroCard, 30 years after it replaced tokens for subways and buses How to get a half-priced MetroCard from the city's Fair Fares program; The New York City subway, explained know during the novel coronavirus outbreak in New York City, from mass transit About Reduced Fare. Cost: The base subway or local bus fare is $2.75. Reduced fare is half the base fare, $1.35 or less with Reduced-Fare MetroCard discounts. Who's eligible: Customers who are 65 years of age or older or have a qualifying disability. Where and when you can ride at the reduced fare: MTA New York City Transit Subway To our Metro-North customers: We hope you and your family are staying safe and healthy.As a friendly reminder, Metro-North continues to run regular weekday service on its Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines. We're here to help nurses, doctors, child care workers, first responders, transit workers and essential staff in New York and Connecticut get to where they need to be. Working On or Near LIRR Property. In order to streamline the process for outside entities, municipalities and contractors working on or adjacent to our right of way, we have compiled the following information: proposal, approved Wednesday at an MTA board meeting, will keep the base subway fare at $2.75 while eliminating the 5 percent discount for purchasing multiple rides at one time -- a bonus that had
How to Ride the New York City Subway. Visiting New York for the first time is an interesting experience. New Yorkers are like no one else. As polite as they are, they often do not make eye contact, they rush to their destination, and
The MTA says OMNY will only be available on a full-fare, pay-per-ride basis until every subway station, bus route, and the Staten Island Railway is outfitted with the new technology, meaning you Get a New York Subway fare calculator and calculate the fare for any distance around New York without any hassle. Taxi Auto Fare Here's How To Pay For Subway Rides With Your Phone - New York City, NY - Straphangers will be able to test the MTA's new tap-to-pay fare system starting Friday. Here's what you need to know about The $3 option the MTA brass will recommend at a board meeting next week would increase the fare by a quarter, but it also increases the bonus riders get for every round trip they put on their New York City commuters can expect another round of toll and fare increases in 2019 and 2021, the MTA announced Wednesday. A FARE INCREASE OF 4 PERCENT Transit officials said fare and toll
Reduced-Fare MetroCard Applications. Application for Senior Citizens ( PDF) Application for People with Disabilities ( PDF) Return completed applications to: MTA New York City Transit Att: Reduced Fare Program 130 Livingston Street Brooklyn, NY 11201-9625 Back to 'Apply for Reduced-Fare MetroCard'
30 Jan 2019 MTA. Free fares would be difficult to sell in New York, considering the current financial and political distress the MTA is embroiled in. In recent
It's the beginning of the end for the MetroCard. In spring 2019, the MTA launched a pilot program of its new tap-to-pay system, known as OMNY, that will eventually replace swiping a MetroCard
Executive Summary The bus system is the workhorse of New York City public transit, serving residents of all ages, ethnicities, and income levels across all five boroughs. Its size and scope is unparalleled, with 5,700 buses, 330 routes, and 16,000 stops serving well over two million passengers each day—more than What to Know. The fare hike for the MTA and commuter rails took effect Sunday; The $2.75 MetroCard base fare remains the same. However, there is a weekly and monthly MetroCard increase On March 11, 2019, the Fiscal and Management Control Board voted to approve the fare proposal, with some modifications. The fare changes took effect July 1, 2019. To see how the fare increase will affect your commute, find your mode of transit below. MTA fare & toll hike? Don't look to NYC for money to avoid it, de Blasio says. Vincent Barone. August 30, 2018. The governor says the city should pay half the tab to cover MTA deficits and avoid PATH Train Fare Information, SmartLink and Metrocard Information. Economic Transport between New York and New Jersey
NYC MTA Subway Fare Beaters, Dodgers and Evaders. Half-priced MetroCards near reality for NY's poorest subway riders, sources say. Ivan Pereira and Vincent Barone but today many people can't afford to get on the bus or subway. Fair Fares How Do Seniors Get MTA Fare Discounts? Seniors can receive a discount of approximately 50 percent on MTA fares, as of 2016 by applying for a Reduced Fare MetroCard. a Medicare card, a New York City Department of Aging ID Card or an Access-A-Ride ID card. A Reduced Fare MTA card issued before 1995 is also acceptable. New York City is raising the price of a subway ride once again on April 29. 30-day unlimited MetroCards will rise to $127 from $121, and the bonus for pay-per-ride cards will disappear.