MTA fare hike officially goes into effect

Commuters across New York City awoke Sunday to an increase in the amount they'll have to pay to get around, as MTA fares and bridge

The seven-day MetroCard increased by $1, while the

The seven-day MetroCard increased by $1, while the 30-day MetroCard went up to $121 from $116.50. (March 19, 2017 1:19 PM)

Commuters across New York City awoke Sunday to an increase in the amount they'll have to pay to get around, as MTA fares and bridge and tunnel tolls increased at midnight.

The seven-day MetroCard increased by $1, while the 30-day MetroCard went up to $121 from $116.50.

One-way tickets will remain the same at $2.75 for both subways and local buses. The express bus fare will also stay...

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