Due to cost-saving measures, the 2015 and 2017 fare and toll increases will amount to a 4 percent hike, instead of the original 7.5 percent.
New York City straphangers will really want to hang on as there are many twists and turns ahead.
Executive Director Jim Weinstein says the transit agency plans to keep fares from rising for the fourth straight year.
As of 2 a.m. Sunday, new MTA fare hikes are in effect on all bridges and tunnels.
Subways and buses will now cost at least a quarter more _ $2.50 with a MetroCard and $2.75 for a single ride. Express buses are going up to $6.
Mayoral Hopeful Catsimatidis Rails Against Higher Fares As MTA Toll Increases Are Set To Take Effect
In less than a week, cash tolls on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge will hit $15.
Fares will go up 5.04 percent on Metro-North Railroad’s New Haven Line, effective January 1. But there is a way to save money.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is still in a recovery state after the hit it took from superstorm Sandy, but there is some good news for straphangers.
Stefanie Gray is about to make that MetroCard swipe worth every penny and she tries to set the record for passing through every subway station.
When it comes to public transportation, one thing is certain, Metropolitan Transportation Authority fares are definitely going up. But the big question is how much?
New Yorkers may be seeing a surge in cab fares in the near future. The Taxi and Limousine Commission is considering a fare hike that could be as much as 20 percent.
Subway tickets are set to spike 7.5 percent next January in the latest round of fare hikes hitting straphangers where it hurts most.
The increase will boost ticket prices by over 19 percent over six years, but Gov. Dan Malloy wants passenger to understand the money will go to critical upgrades to the railroad’s infrastructure.
Higher fares are always a possibility, but many believed they were off the table for the New Haven Line when the state’s unions decided to play ball in a package of concessions for the state budget.
Following Sunday morning’s toll and fare hike for bridges and tunnels crossing the Hudson River, politicians on the New Jersey side are furious.