NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There is an update on the plan to increase parking fees at train stations in the suburbs.

The MTA now says it’s delaying the increase for Metro-North parking lots.

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The agency will take another look at the plan next month.

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The MTA had proposed to raise annual parking permit fees at 25 facilities by an average of 13% per year.

That would raise rates in areas like North White Plains by $1,250 a year for commuters.

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The parking fee increase would have been the first since 2013.