Bronx straphangers weigh in on fare hikes

The MTA gave Bronx straphangers the chance to raise their voices against a rise in fares. The agency held its first public meeting in the

THE BRONX - The MTA gave Bronx straphangers the chance to raise their voices against a rise in fares.

The agency held its first public meeting in the borough tonight. Attendees were able to speak for up to three minutes about several proposals, including a hike in the price of single bus and subway rides, and a jump in the cost of an unlimited pass.

The meeting began at 5 p.m. at Hostos Community College.

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