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Advocacy Group: MTA Fares Could Jump To $3.75 In A Decade

It is only a projection, but an advocacy group warned Tuesday that if the Metropolitan Transportation Authority goes on raising fares as it has the past two times, a single subway or bus ride could cost $3.75 in 10 years.


An NJ TRANSIT train along the Boonton Line in Towaco (credit: NJT via Flickr)

NJ TRANSIT Chief: No Fare Hike Ahead

Executive Director Jim Weinstein says the transit agency plans to keep fares from rising for the fourth straight year.


MTA MetroCard Machines (credit: CBS 2)

MTA Chairman: $2.25 Base Fare Likely To Increase

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Monday formally announced plans that would hike fares for the city’s transit system.

CBS New York–10/22/2012

Subway turnstile at Penn Station (credit: Paul Murnane / WCBS 880)

MTA Considers Fare Hike Options, Including $125 Monthly MetroCard

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?


A sign detailing the PATH fare increase at the station in Hoboken, NJ on Monday, Oct. 1, 2012 (credit: Paul Murnane/WCBS 880)

New PATH Fares In Effect As Part Of Planned Port Authority Hikes

The price of a one-way ride has gone up a quarter to $2.25 per trip. A weekly unlimited pass went up $3 to $24 and a monthly unlimited pass went up $8 to $73.


PATH train at the Hoboken station (file / credit: Evan Bindelglass / CBSNewYork)

PATH Prices To Go Up On Monday As Second Phase Of Fare Increase Package Kicks In

It marks the second phase of a toll and fare increase package approved by the authority in August 2011.