The per-ride cost is going up by $1.25, but new discounts will make voyages cheaper for many New Yorkers who don’t currently show up at ferry docks.
The Office of MTA Inspector General worked with a data analytics professor at Columbia to test the reliability of the transit agency’s claim that it loses $300 million a year to fare beaters.
After $1 billion in station overhauls, the easily breached exits will be redesigned as part of a $40 million crackdown on fare evaders.
In a borough where MetroCard machines are few and far between, commuters want transit enforcers to hop off their backs.
In case you missed it
- For Ida-Flooded Homeowners Denied City Payouts, Legal Options and Political Promises
- Battle at Battery Park City Over State Plan to Plow Under Waterfront Green
- The U.S. Has Regained All of Its Lost COVID-Era Jobs — But Not NYC
- Three Local Issues NY-10’s Next Member of Congress Could Actually Influence
- Your City Council District Is Changing Next Year. Here’s How to Weigh In
LOCAL NEWS POWERED BY NEW YORKERS.
We cover the uncovered, hold the powerful accountable, and make sense of the greatest city in the world.