By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It turns out that riders of all ages have something to say about MTA fares and tolls.

A young boy let his feelings be known during the comments section at Thursday’s MTA board meeting.

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“On Monday night, I heard that the fares may not be increasing. Instead the bridges and tunnels tolls would be increased. I hope that this means that Unlimited Ride MetroCards are staying. Also, I’m glad LIRR and Metro-North will not have flat fares, if what I heard is correct. Anyways, I think they have made the right move. People will switch from driving to taking mass transit,” Lucas Wolpiuk said.

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Transit officials took notice.

New York City Transit interim president Sarah Feinberg responded on Twitter, calling it the highlight of her morning and saying, “I gotta find that kid.”

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CBSNewYork Team