Given fare hikes in recent years, monthly rates could leap 50 percent in 10 years, a new study shows.
Single rides will cost straphangers $2.50 and weekly MetroCards will cost $112 come March.
New legislation would force pedicabs to install timers and charge only by-the-minute fares.
MTA Chairman Joe Lhota is considering scrapping MetroCard discounts.
The 34th Street Select Bus Service sped up travel times, but not by much, a new report said.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission is considering a plan to simplify the lighting system that indicates when a cab is free to hail.
Two weeks of free service on the ferry, which connects Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan, ended Friday.
The legislation would force pedicab drivers to let riders know, in writing, how much they'd have to pay.
The city is pushing to increase fines for cab drivers who illegally refuse fares after a gruesome incident in Midtown.
The mayor introduced the idea of allowing livery cabs to make on-street pickups in his State of the City speech.
A 30-day unlimited MetroCard will now cost $104, while single ride cards have jumped from $2.25 to $2.50.
The price of a 30-day MetroCard would increase by $15 under a proposal being considered by the board.
The new laws will force taxis to record and store all fare information and make it available to riders.
MasterCard PayPass technology now available across three separate area transit systems.
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