New Yorkers will once again be paying more to ride public transportation beginning next year.
The MTA board passed all of Chair Joe Lhota’s recommendations at their monthly meeting on Wednesday, December 19 bumping fares and tolls across all MTA services.
The base fare on Metrocards will rise a quarter to $2.50, seven-day passes will go up $1 to $30 and 30-day passes will increase $8 to $112. The new fares go into effect March 1 and is the fourth increase in five years.
The new fares also include a $1 green fee for each new Metrocard bought from the machine.
Long Island Railroad and Metro-North tickets will also increase an average of nine percent.
On bridges, E-ZPass drivers will be paying 50 cents more per trip, while those who pay cash will be forking over an additional dollar every time they use an MTA crossing.
Charts courtesy of MTA