As a promotion to encourage New Yorkers to get back on subways, buses, and trains, and to reduce the cost and worry surrounding everyday travel, the MTA has announced a pilot fare program that is more affordable and more flexible.

The temporary promotional changes to fare structures will begin Feb. 28 for New York City Transit and Feb. 25 for commuter rail tickets. The pilot will last for at least four months.

One discount that is especially applicable to Brooklyn riders, or at any rate to Brooklyn Long Island Rail Road riders who are going to Queens, is the expansion of the CityTicket.

Janno Lieber, MTA chair and CEO, announcing the new pilot fare-discount program, aimed at upping ridership. YouTube photo from MTA As a promotion to encourage New Yorkers to get back on subways, buses, and trains, and to reduce the cost and worry surrounding everyday travel, the MTA has announced […]

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