Commuters Brace For More MTA Fare & Toll HikesBridge and tunnel tolls will also go up by 4 percent for E-ZPass users and about 6 percent to 10 percent for cash customers.
Tolls Going Up At Port Authority CrossingsIt's going to cost more to cross the bridges and tunnels operated by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.
MTA Begins Public Hearings On Plans For Toll And Fare HikesAmong the proposals is raising the base fare on the MetroCard from $2.50 to $2.75 while increasing the bonus on a pay-per-ride MetroCard.
Toll Hike Now In Effect For Bridges, Tunnels Between NYC And N.J.Effective Sunday, motorists were paying more to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for the use of bridges and tunnels from New Jersey into New York City.
Toll Hikes At Port Authority Bridges & Tunnels Go Into Effect SundayDrivers using E-ZPass on the trip home from the long Thanksgiving weekend will have to stomach some fare hikes.
MTA: Planned Fare Hikes To Be Smaller Than Initially AnnouncedDue 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.
No Toll Hikes Coming To Tappan Zee Bridge, Thruway In 2014A finance task force will be created by the end of the year to explore toll options to help finance a new bridge.
Staten Island Activist To Protest New MTA Toll Hike With PenniesAs of 2 a.m. Sunday, new MTA fare hikes are in effect on all bridges and tunnels.
Latest Round Of Toll Hikes Takes Effect Sunday MorningMore toll hikes will take effect this weekend at bridges and tunnels in the New York Metro area.
Mayoral Hopeful Catsimatidis Rails Against Higher Fares As MTA Toll Increases Are Set To Take EffectIn less than a week, cash tolls on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge will hit $15.
Staten Island Residents Protest Against Verrazano-Narrows Bridge TollStaten Island residents on Saturday protested against the toll on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, which has now reached $15.
Toll Increases Take Effect On Port Authority CrossingsSunday's toll hikes are the second of five annual increases approved last year in a process that critics said was rushed and lacked transparency.