NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The MTA is getting ready to trade in MetroCards for a new swipeless fare system.

Riders will be able to pay using a wallet app on their phones and smartwatches.

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The MTA plans to install the new fare collection machines at some Lexington Avenue line stations in October and by May, it will be at every stop on the line.

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The app will also debut on every Staten Island bus by next May.

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The MTA plans to phase out the MetroCard over the next four years.